. Assess how the Domestic Climate Policy Framework could fit into widely accepted environmental policy.
2. Assess immigration policy and reform.
3. Examine the impact of a civil rights initiative on current and future public policies.
1. Read the following chapters in your text, Understanding Public Policy:
o Chapter 9: International Trade and Immigration: Elite-Mass Conflict
o Chapter 10: Environmental Policy: Externalities and Interests
o Chapter 11: Civil Rights: Elite and Mass Interaction
2. Read the following journal articles:
o Gould, J. B. (2002). Playing with fire: The civil liberties implications of September 11th. Public Administration Review: Special Issue, 62, 74-79. Retrieved from ProQuest database.
o Nordhaus, R. & Danish, K. W. (2005). Assessing the options for designing a mandatory U. S. greenhouse gas reduction program. Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review, 32(1), 97-163. Retrieved from ProQuest database.
o Houston, M. J. & Rothschild, M. L. (1980). Policy-Related Experiments on Information Provision: A Normative Model and Explication. JMR, Journal of Marketing Research, 17(4), 432-450. Retrieved from ProQuest database.
1. Domestic Climate Policy (2 pages)
Discuss how policy makers can incorporate the Domestic Climate Policy Framework into a widely accepted environmental policy. Provide examples to support your claim.
2. Immigration Policy (2 pages)
Dye (2010) argues that immigration reform in the United States has been partially successful.