Can terrorist threats and attacks justify suspension (or taking away) of individual civil rights? Name: Instructor: Corse Name: Date: Civil liberties are also referred to as personal freedoms. These are the freedoms or personal guarantees that cannot be abridged by the judicial interpretation or by law without due process. Examples of civil liberties includes the freedom of assembly freedom of religion freedom of press freedom of expression freedom from torture freedom of conscience the right to liberty and security right to privacy freedom of speech right to fair trial right to defend self right to own property and right to life (Hoffman pp. 932-955) It is the duty of the government to protect the rights of its citizens future terrorism as well as civil liberties. After September 11 2001 attack the United States government authorized the intelligence agencies and the law enforcement powers in response to the attack. After the valued protection against terrorism. Small percentages of the citizens said that the government had gone too far in violating a person’s civil liberty while a big percentage said that the government should go ahead and enforce new laws to stop terrorism since their rights were not violated far enough (Newell Bryce Clayton p. 481) Work Cited Bush George W. The national security strategy of the United States of America. Executive Office Of The President Washington DC 2002. Danzer Gerald A. The Americans. Evanston IL: McDougal Littell 2005. Print. Dixon Pam. Surveillance in America: An Encyclopedia of History Politics and the Law. 2016. Print. Hoffman Paul. "Human rights and terrorism." Human Rights Quarterly 26.4 (2004): 932-955. House Freedom. Freedom in the World 2016: The Annual Survey of Political Rights and Civil Liberties. Rowman & Littlefield 2016. Newell Bryce Clayton. "The massive metadata machine: Liberty power and secret mass surveillance in the US and Europe." ISJLP 10 (2014): 481. [...]
PLEASE SEE ATTACHED WORD DOCUMENT IN ORDER TO SEE THE MATH PROBLEM! In the past few semesters, 10 students who worked in MML were randomly chosen and their Midterm scores were recorded together with the number of hours spent working in MML during the first four weeks prior to taking the test. The hours include time spent in the following areas: • Your Study Plan • Opening Exercises • Check Your Understanding Exercises • Mastery Exercises • Exam Reviews Hours in MML Midterm Score 35 123 30 143 20 103 12 89 35 121 4 65 10 45 8 25 25 145 1 33 Write a response that completes the following tasks and meets the list of requirements that follow to build your response for this Critical Thinking Assignment: 1. Perform the linear regression on the above data. It will be easier if you use Microsoft Excel (or an equivalent program) to perform the calculations. This video will help: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/probability/regression/regression-correlation/v/fitting-a-line-to-data 2. State the slope and y-intercept. a. What does the slope represent in this case? b. What does the y-intercept represent in this case? 3. Attach the scatter plot together with the graph of the line. 4. State the correlation coefficient and interpret the strength of correlation between two data sets. 5. Record the time you have spent in MML thus far. Assuming that you still have weeks 3 and 4 to go in addition to spending some time on the exam review, multiply the time recorded by 3. 6. Using this number, make a prediction of your grade on the Midterm. Are you satisfied with the grade? If not, what can you do to improve it? 7. How realistic is the linear model here? In order to answer this question, consider the case of spending 100 hours on MML. What grade does the line predict? Is this grade possible? Requirements: • Your paper should be 2 pages in length and cite and integrate at least one credible outside source. • Include a title page, an introduction, a body, a conclusion, and a reference list. • The introduction should summarize the problem and state what approach and method will be applied to solve it. • The body of your paper should answer the questions posed in the problem, explain how you approached and answered the question or solved the problem, and for each question, show all steps involved. • The conclusion should summarize your findings and what you have determined from the data and your analysis, with a broader or personal perspective in mind when applicable. • As with all written assignments, provide in-text citations and a reference page. • Include any tables of data or calculations, calculated values, and/or graphs associated with this problem in the body of your assignment. • Document formatting, citations, and style should conform to the APA Guidelines, the items noted in the “WritingTips” and in the “Math, Figures & Tables” sections should be observed. • Provide the Excel file as an appendix along with appendices for any additional graphs, charts, and/or equations that are relevant.