Unlike talk show hosts or political bloggers, students in college are asked to exercise "critical thinking," which means they must clearly and objectively see both sides of an issue in order to effectively argue a position.
Today we often hear of the populist position that size of government must be reduced. Yet we never hear from anyone arguing that government should be larger. For this examination, write an essay of no less than 600 words meeting standard APA requirements, making a case for larger government. Use at least three sources from EBSCO to support your position.
(Hint #1: Think about the problems our nation's leaders experienced with the Articles of Confederation.)
(Hint #2: Consider the powers shared by the federal government and states.)