Instructions from teacher: I would like you to write an 825-word research paper
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Instructions from teacher: I would like you to write an 825-word research paper on ONE (1) of the following topics, all of which are taken from the last two chapters of your text book. Insert at least three (3) outside sources within the context of your paper, and, of course, use at least three sources in your bibliography. I would also like you, at some point in your paper, refer to the video lecture I will be giving. It does not matter what opinion you take on any of these issues, just adduce a good understanding of your subject, which you will be graded on, as well as organization, syntax, grammar, and style.
Topics: -What is the difference between supply-side and Keynesian economics? Is one superior to the other, and if so, why?
-Discuss public education and the issues of vouchers, charter schools, and public schools. -What are their relative merits? Discuss funding issues. Is public education in need of reform, and if so, how?
-Is our current tax system in need of reform? Critically evaluate it. Discuss the comparative worth of TWO or more of the following systems: a progressive tax system (what we have now), a flat tax, a national sales tax, a value-added tax, or no tax whatsoever.
-Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid systems. To what extent, if any, are they in need of reform?
-What are the relative strengths and weaknesses of government welfare programs in our nation today? Should more of the responsibility of federal programs be shifted over to the states? One hundred years ago most welfare was administered by churches and private charities. Should we go back to something like this?
Link to video lecture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzeMYkW117w
If the textbook is needed, I can provide it. I also can provide a few of my own papers if need be; I don’t want the level of writing to be too high. I’m a high school student in a college program for reference. Thanks!