Discuss this topic. Your submission should be two well written paragraphs at least 250 words long. Make sure to include evidence (cited research) from at least one source to support your point of view. Include a source list at the end of your paragraphs. You may edit your post at any time before I grade the discussion; I grade on the day after the due date. 20 points for your excellent post
After you have submitted your discussion, you will be able to read the discussions of other students. Respond to at least one other student in order to earn full credit. 10 points for your excellent response
Check out the rubric at the bottom of the page to make sure you have written a discussion that satisfies the requirements; when you click on “New Post” (at the top of the page), the rubric will be at the very bottom of your new post..
You may use your writing for this discussion board as part of your final paper if you decide to write on this or a similar topic.
Be sure to respond to at least one other learner in order to earn full credit. 20 points for your excellent post that includes evidence (research) to support your point of view. 10 points for your excellent response to a fellow learner; read other students’ responses and respond with your point of view and with evidence to support your point of view….this should be different information than your first post to this prompt. Your first post will be your viewpoint with evidence; your second post will be your response to another student’s post supported by evidence of your point of view.
Check the rubric to see how your post will be graded.
The Fifth Amendment guarantees that no one can lose her or his liberty or property without due process. Yet, during World War II, we imprisoned tens of thousands of Japanese American citizens based solely upon their race. Could that happen today to some other group of citizens, such as Muslim Americans? Why or why not?