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CREATED ON 15th November 2017
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The Federalist Papers (Personal Responsibility Paper)

The paper must discuss the social and personal responsibility of both the writers of the documents and modern interpreters of the documents (politicians, judges, media, American public). Social responsibility is defined as a demonstration of civic responsibility and its engagement in various larger communities. Personal responsibility is defined as an evaluation of choices and actions of others or one’s own, and relate the consequences (good and/or bad) to decision - making. Students must discuss these issues using critical thinking and effectively communicate their views on these topics in their papers.
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