Political theories and rights/contitution

 Contains 2 parts: All answers are to be typed, doubled spaced, free of spelling errors. Cite the Constitution (articles/amendments), Supreme court cases, executive orders where needed to prove your points. Students will earn 5 extra points when citing your answers as an: conservative, liberal, libertarian, social conservative, socialist. Part A: theories Explain in detail the impacts that confucius, socrates, plato, aristotle, and machiavelli theories have had on the american political system today. Compare/contrast Hobbes, Locke views on the upheaval on the English civil war. Explain the political significances on the impact Rousseau had on the french revolution. Finally explain in detail the political significances or Marx’s views on struggles between the bourgeoisie class and the proletariat class. Part B: rights/constitution The U.S Constitution (1787) has 7 articles and 27 amendments which define the roles of federal, states, and local goverments; explain the impact of executive order 9066 (1942) as it relates to the constitution and the impact it had on the bill of rights (1791). Finally, why did Henry L. Stimson fear this executive order 9066 would make a tremendous hole in our contitution? Explain in detail. ps. everything has to be explain in detail as if the person grading it has no knowledge about political science.

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