Length 5 full pages of text (arguments) + Title Page + Bibliography Page This me

Length
5 full pages of text (arguments) + Title Page + Bibliography Page
This means your paper must be at least 7 pages total, with a minimum of 5 full pages of arguments. Please do not go over 15 pages of arguments.
Format
Margins should be 1-inch. The paper should be double-spaced.
Sources
The paper should contain at least 5 footnotes or endnotes (your preference). Your sources, at a minimum, should include the Roe v. Wade case and the Krason article (which are provided by Seton), and at least one other source outside of the lesson plans.
Do not use non-conservative sources for this paper. Sources should be Catholic or conservative in philosophy.
Additionally, citation of Seton’s Roe v. Wade Study Guide is acceptable.
An outline is provided for you in this module of the course as an example of an exhaustively thorough and well-presented paper. It is provided for your reference. Please feel free to follow it if you would like, but it is not required that you do so.
If you run into trouble and feel overwhelmed, simply remember to discuss the 3 P’s of the case: Personhood, Privacy, and Precedent. (Precedent means “legal precedent,” which includes discussion of abortion in ancient history and abortion at the common law/American legal case precedent level. You should also discuss the Natural Law and Rehnquist or White’s dissent in your paper.)

The public policy process is complex. The formation, enactment, and implementati

The public policy process is complex. The formation, enactment, and implementation of public policy involve many institutions.
(a) Describe and explain the importance of each of the following in the formation of the policy agenda.
Media
Elections
(b) Describe the roles of each of the following in the enactment of public policy.
Congressional committees
Executive orders
(c) Explain the importance of each of the following in the implementation of public policy.
Bureaucratic discretion
Issue networks OR iron triangles

Research Paper Requirement: The primary goal of the research paper is to demonst

Research Paper
Requirement: The primary goal of the research paper is to demonstrate the student’s scholarly comprehension of the concepts and theories associated with the study of American Government.
Papers are required to be analytical, rather than narrative, biographical, or your opinion. Students are expected to thoroughly explore their selected topic and detail how their specific subject is affected by political and social history. This exercise in critical inquiry and research should result in a paper of at least six pages with a minimum of eight citations (at least five from scholarly sources).
Format:    Academic. Introduction, body (with subheadings), and conclusion. Papers must be posted in Canvas/Assignments. A cover or title page, and the reference page do not count toward the minimum page count.
Papers will be considered late if posted in Canvas after the due date, the last day of our class (not on the Exam date). Penalty for a late paper is one point deduction for each day it is late. 
Paper must include a bibliography of at least eight (8) sources.  Authoritative sources are the text book, academic books, academic articles, national newspapers and popular journals available through Tulane’s library. Do not rely solely on Internet sources. DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA AS A SOURCE!!!
Important: You must cite ideas that are not your own. With the exception of lecture material, when you borrow information from a source, you must provide citations within the text for your sources as well as listing them in a bibliography. Failure to cite authors, articles, books or Internet sites that you borrow information from is considered plagiarism and is against the honor code. The bottom line is this: be intellectually honest when you use someone else’s material to help develop a position in your paper. PAPERS THAT DO NOT CONTAIN CITATIONS IN THE BODY OF THE TEXT WILL BE CONSIDERED PLAGIARIZED. Include the year of publication.