Write a three to four 4 page paper that answers the following three (3) items using headers to separate each item:

  1. Discuss either two (2) civil liberties or two (2) civil rights  events. One event must be from within the last two years, and the other  may be from the past. Select events that have influenced a sense of  social responsibility in the American government today. Provide examples  to support your answer. In your response, consider how the events  influenced the way state, local, or national political leaders or  agencies responded in a socially responsible or ethical manner toward  the community. Please cite your sources using Strayer Writing Standards.  See below for details.
  2. Discuss two (2) media events (past or present) that have positively  and/or negatively influenced the public’s opinion of a government  agency. One event must be within the last two years, and the other may  be from the past. Provide examples to support your answer. Consider how a  news story or media coverage of an event positively or negatively  changed the public’s opinion (or perception) regarding how responsible a  government agency should be towards meeting the needs of its customers  (i.e., the American people). Please cite your sources using Strayer  Writing Standards. See below for details.
  3. Discuss two (2) differences between the Republican and Democratic  parties that may have an ethical impact (positively or negatively) on  the American people. Provide examples from the past 2 years to support  your answer. Consider the different ideologies, values, morals, and/or  goals held by the Republican and Democratic parties, and their different  views on the ethically or morally right way to govern and make the best  policies for the people they serve. Determine if your example presents  any type of ethical concerns for or against the public best interest of  the American people. Please cite your sources using Strayer Writing  Standards. See below for details.

In your research, you cannot use Wikipedia, online dictionaries,  Sparknotes, Cliffnotes, or any other website that does not qualify as an  academic resource.