HIS 301 Week 5 U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal Presentation

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 HIS 301 Week 5 U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal Presentation
 

Resource: University of Phoenix Material: U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal Presentation.

Complete your U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal Presentation, with speaker notes.

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U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal Presentation

Constitutional amendments exist to correct a perceived problem with the existing document. In previous weeks, you examined the 27 amendments. For this assignment, each team must consider a possible proposed constitutional amendment. If the team wants to write about something other than the assigned topic, the team must obtain the facilitator’s approval by Week Two.

 

 

 

 

Team A:
 

 

Should the Constitution be amended to limit representatives, senators, and members of the judiciary to 12 years of total service?

 

 

 

Team B:
 

 

Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the right to recall an officer in the legislative branch, executive branch, or judicial branch, before the officer’s term expires?

 

 

 

Team C:
 

 

Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the power to enact or reject laws by ballot initiative, as a direct method in addition to the legislative authority of Congress?

 

 

 

Team D:
 

 

Should the Constitution be amended to give the president a line-item veto—instead of being required either to sign an entire bill—or veto the entire bill?

 

 

 

Team E:
 

 

Should the Constitution be amended to regulate the proportion of representatives so that each would represent no more than 50,000 citizens?

Create a 12- to 15-slide presentation with speaker notes using Microsoft® PowerPoint®. Include the following:

 

 

 

Identify your team’s topic for amending the Constitution by explaining how it would change the current system.
 

 

Provide a brief history of the topic.
 

 

Discuss the pros and cons of the proposal.
 

 

Discuss why your team thinks the topic should or should not be a constitutional amendment.
 

 

Include introduction and conclusion slides.

Reference slides do not count toward the total number of slides.
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