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After reading and considering all the material covered in the various chapters of the text, consider some specific public policy issue/problem (whether addressed in the text or some alternative one that was not covered) that is important to you (i.e., that should be addressed). After conducting research on that topic, and with appropriate reference citations, in a couple of paragraphs describe what change(s) you propose should be made, including why (e.g., reasons undergirding the change(s)), how the change should occur (e.g., constitutional, statutory, regulatory, etc.), why there might be opposition (e.g., from what individuals/groups, on what grounds, etc.), and what specific means/methods you, and/or any other possible supporters, might use in an effort to influence the general public and policy makers to adopt the proposed change(s) (e.g., the media, PACs, etc.).