“Understanding the Constitution” Please respond to the following: PROVIDE SPECIFIC EVIDENCE FROM THIS WEEK’S WEBTEXTBOOK–NO OUTSIDE SOURCES in your response.
Using your Webtextbook, the supplemental resource featured this week and this link to the US Constitution https://www.constituteproject.org/constitution/United_States_of_America_1992,
Read Article II Section 1 of the Constitution on the Electoral College (Be sure to focus only on the Electoral College and not the requirements or term of office, etc, only the Electoral College). Next, CAREFULLY read the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights about the “Right to Bear Arms”
Now in a 400 word essay describe what you think each of these two parts of the Constitution ACTUALLY MEAN and why were they included in the language your have read in the first place.
We are trying to understand these two documents in light of the history we have just read in the webtext. This is an exercise in careful reading and critical thinking, NO OPINIONS!
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