Due Date, Page Length, & Point Value: This paper is due between 8:00 A.M. and midnight on Friday, November 20, 2020. Students must upload their paper through Turnitin in the “Order in the Constitution” module on Canvas. The minimum page length for the paper is four pages. This assignment is worth fifty points. Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is threefold. First, students are invited to understand why a specific clause is in the United States Constitution. Secondly, students should understand the relationship between a clause in the U.S. Constitution and the moral order. Lastly students should become familiar with the basics of academic research through this assignment. Instructions: In The Roots of American Order, Russell Kirk argues that order is the foundational principle for the political community. Further, order in the political community is the result of order in the soul. Moreover, he contends that American political culture and the U.S. Constitution is the product of a transcendent and enduring moral order. In light of this, students must choose a specific clause in the Constitution and investigate why that clause is in the Constitution. Students can choose a clause in the original articles (e.g. the power to declare war, the Treaty Clause, etc.), the Bill of Rights (e.g. the Establishment Clause, keeping and bearing arms, etc.), or a subsequent amendment (e.g. the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, etc.). Once you choose a clause in the Constitution, you should conduct research among the primary sources to understand why the clause you chose is in the Constitution. A primary source is a document written during the time under study by a source that was present at the time of the event. 1 Consequently, students should think about what kind of documentation was created around the time the Constitution was drafted and debated. The reason for this is that students are expected to explain why their clause is in the Constitution based on the primary sources they found. Students should only use secondary sources (e.g. peer-reviewed journals, commentaries, etc.) to obtain background information, provide additional context, and offer reasonable alternatives if there are gaps in the primary documents. Another way to explain the expectation for this paper is to answer the question “What problem were the founding fathers trying to solve by placing this clause in the Constitution?” Correspondingly, in your explanation, pay particular attention to the virtues the founders were trying to instill in leaders (or citizens) by placing the clause in the Constitution. Additionally, discuss the vices or other problems the founders wanted leaders (or citizens) to avoid by placing the clause in the Constitution. In either case, discuss how the clause you chose promotes and protects the moral order and the peace of the American political community CHECKLIST Below isthe checklist forthe Order in the Constitution Research Paper. Please note that points will be deducted for failing to follow the instructions below. Formatting: 1. Do not include headers. 2. Do not place your paper in a report cover or sheet protector. The paper should be stapled in the upper left-hand corner. 3. Include a title page. The title of your paper should be in the center of the title page and in bold text. 4. The title should accurately reflect the thesis of your paper. The title should not take up an entire line (i.e. no more than twelve words). In addition, the title must not contain any abbreviations. 5. Place your name, date, class, and class section immediately beneath the title of your paper. There should be no space between these items. 6. The text of your paper must be double spaced. 7. The margins should be one inch (1”) on all sides. 8. The font of the text should be in 12-point Times NewRoman. 9. Do not use excessive spacing between paragraphs or in any other part of your paper. General: 1. Did you use correct grammar and word usage when constructing your sentences? 2. Did you spell words correctly? 3. Did you avoid slang or colloquial language? 4. Is your paper a minimum of four pages long? 5. Does your paper have an introductory paragraph? 6. Does your paper have a thesis statement at the end of your introductory paragraph? 7. Thesis Checklist: a. Do you take a position in your thesis statement? b. Is your thesis statement specific? c. Does your thesis statement express your main argument along with the main supporting reasons? 8. Does your paper have a Current Event section, a Founding Fathers section, and an Application section? 9. Did you avoid using logical fallacies, e.g. ad hominem, begging the question, post hoc, ergo propter hoc, appeal to emotion, appeal to motive, etc? Engaging in the use of logical fallacies will detrimentally affect your grade and may even prevent you from receiving a passing grade on the paper. 10. Does your paper have a concluding paragraph? Order in the Constitution Checklist: 1. Did you identify a clause in the Constitution (in the original Articles, the Bill of Rights, or a subsequent amendment)? 2. Did you explain why the clause is in the Constitution? 3. Did you rely mainly on primary sources for your explanation? 4. In your explanation, did you focus on the virtues the founders were trying to instill in leaders (or citizens) by placing the clause in the Constitution? 5. In your explanation, did you focus on the vices or problems the founders wanted leaders (or citizens) to avoid by placing the clause in the Constitution? 6. Did you discuss how the clause you chose promotes and protects the moral order and the peace of the American political community? 7. Is your analysis sufficiently clear so that the average person can understand it? 8. Is your analysis sufficiently thorough so that the average person can understand it? Bibliography Checklist: 1. Did you use footnotes throughout the body of your paper? Please note that the Purdue OWL website for the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) contains the format for footnote citations, indicated by an “N” and the format for bibliography citations, indicated by a “B.” For instance, if you click on the link for books, the first citation format will be for footnotes (“N”) and the second will be for the bibliography (“B”).3 2. Did you cite your in-text citations in your “Bibliography” page? 3. Did you place your “Bibliography” on a separate page? 4. “Bibliography” should be aligned in the center at the top of the page and placed in bold text. 5. Did you use the relevant CMS format for the sources you used? CMS Website for General Citations (e.g. internet citations, news articles, etc.) https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-1.html CMS Website for Legal Sources (e.g. Constitution, statutes, cases, etc.) – CMS requires you to use the Bluebook style of citation for legal sources. You can access the Bluebook here: http://guides.ll.georgetown.edu/bluebook Please check the PolSci 2 Canvas page for additional citation resourcesregarding CMS format, government documents, and legal documents. 6. Do not cite Wikipedia. a. However, you can use the citations to help you in your research. If you rely on the articles used in Wikipedia, you must provide the appropriate citation and use the source accurately. 7. Do not cite websites that provide quotes without a source, e.g. brainyquote.com. Instead, you should use and cite primary source material. 8. Do not cite the textbook. 9. Did you cite at least four primary sources? 10. Did you cite at least seven sources?
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