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Trail of Broken Treaties
Second Wounded Knee
Government to Government Relations
Indian Child Welfare Act
Indian Religious Freedom Act
Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI
Negative Income Tax
Archbishop Oscar Romero
Chase Manhattan Bank Thesis
Nicaragua v. United States
Anti-Apartheid Divestment Movement
Anti-Terrorism & Effective Death Penalty Act
Battle of Seattle
“The Program” of the NSA
General James Clapper
Mortgage Backed Securities
Hamdi v. Rumsfled
1. Explain the roles of secrecy and surveillance in the career of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Compare and contrast the scope of surveillance Hoover's FBI exercised and the NSA exercised after September 11, 2001. Explain how each program became known to the public. Why do you feel the public found out about these surveillance programs by different methods? Be sure to explain your answer.
2. President Carter claimed to have placed Human Rights at the center of his foreign policy. Compare and contrast the record on international human rights and respect for international law between Presidents Carter and Reagan. Identify and explain any significant differences. Did either, both, or neither have human rights as the focus of their foreign policy? Be sure to explain your answer.
3. Explain, compare, and contrast the Watergate, Iran-Contra, and Lewinsky scandals. Which was most significant? Be sure to explain your answer in some detail.
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