week 8

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Each Assignment requires:
· a thesis statement,
· an APA style bibliography,
· use of APA style in-line citations, and
· adherence to the 3+1 Rule.
The 3+1 Rule requiresstudents to use a minimum of three assigned readings from the current week and one from a previous week. This rule encourages students to review and connect the assigned readings from week to week.
This week’s readings (use 3)
The Bill of Rights:
A Transcription
,National Archives
The Constitution:
Amendments 11-27
,National Archives
Know Your Rights: A guide to the United States Constitution
, The United States Department of Justice
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
,U.S.Citizenship and Immigration Services
Are Human Rights Universal?
Foreign Affairs, Thomas Franck, 2001
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
, National Assembly of France, 1789
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
, United Nations, 1948
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man
, United Nations Refugee Angency, 1948
Last week’s readings (use 1)
The Constitution of the United States:
A Transcription
,Read Articles 1-3,James Madison,National Archives
The FederalistNumber 47, [30 January] 1788
,James Madison,Founders Online
The Federalist No. 51, [6 February 1788]
, James Madison,FoundersOnline
Analyze these three documents:The Amendments to the Constitution (1787), France’s Declarations of Man and Citizen (1789), and the United Nation’s The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). Consider the rights that are common to all three documents. Notice that not all rights appear in all three papers. Compose an essay in which you compare and contrast the rights found in the documents and make a case for the three rights, that are found in all three documents, that you consider most important.

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