Question 1         When were most inchoate crimes recognized in American law?                 The fourteenth century

The sixteenth century

The eighteenth century

The twentieth century
Question 2         Which portion of an attempted crime is not enough to sustain a conviction?

Mere confession

Mere preparation

Mere solicitation

Mere corroboration

Question 3         Which of the following actions is most likely to be ruled a “substantial step” in the commission of an attempt?

Buying a book on cleaning up crime scenes

Purchasing a personal firearm

Taking out a life insurance policy

Lying in wait for the victim

Question 4         Which concept holds that acts remotely leading toward a crime are not liable, but acts immediately connected to it are?

The mere preparation test

The proximity approach

The coinciding test

The concurrency approach

Question 5          Which of the following is an inchoate crime?                 Murder




Based on the American “constitution,” which internal and external stakeholders, in the policy making process, possess “constitutional legitimacy” for their role in making public policy? Do entities with explicit power have more influence than those entities with implied powers in making public policy? Should they? Why or why not?

Part 1: Post a Response  Various reform groups with various causes developed in the US in the late 1800s and early 1900s; these are loosely called “Progressives” as they aimed to use government policies or science to improve and advance society. Also, this period was a time when the US started as a major player in international conflicts—first in the “Spanish American War and then in World War I. There were deep isolationist sentiments about such overseas entanglements, and President Wilson first has one position and then the other.  Choose and discuss (in a full paragraph or two) one of the following two topics related to the late 1800s and early 1900s.  In the Progressive Era (roughly 1890–1920), multiple groups advocated for reforms in various aspects of government, society, and the economy. Discuss here the “muckrakers” and Taylor’s “scientific management”.Explain briefly the approach and aim of the “muckrakers” and that of F. W. Taylor.Compare their approaches and describe your feelings about them, and relate some modern situation that reminds you of one of these approaches and reform causes.Identify the source(s) where you read about the reform cause.From the text, Wilson did not maintain his own campaign slogan (“He kept us out of war”).Explain with some specifics why Wilson became pro-war. Describe your own feelings on that issue when you look back at it, and whether he was right to change.Briefly, identify a similar international consideration today—or of the last 20 years, and what lesson might be drawn from the example in Wilson’s time.Identify the source(s) where you read about Wilson.

Part 2: Respond to a Peer  Read a post by one of your peers and respond, making sure to extend the conversation by asking questions, offering rich ideas, or sharing personal connections.

Reference Material  Week 4 Learn materials  Chapters 19 and 20



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