Start by extremely briefly explaining what clause in the Constitution was involved in this decision, and what the clause means.
double-spaced, in Times New Roman 12 pt.
Then, explain Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion and Justice Antonin Scalia? By “explain,” I mean to pick out what you think are the major points by each of these justices and EXPLAIN the logic behind their points and why these points matter in their opinions.
Then, discuss which side was right, and WHY. In determining this, you must assess the relative merits and faults in both sides’ arguments. It doesn’t matter which justice you end up agreeing with; what matters is that you think seriously and reason your way to whatever conclusion you reach.
NOTE: 3 pages is really not much space to do what’s listed above. Thus, in order to ensure you have a reasonable amount of space to delve into the opinions of the two justices, you should avoid:
Spending any space on explaining the events leading up to the case. You should start assuming that your reader already knows this;
Starting, as some students do, with some grandiose statement about the importance of the Supreme Court – this sort of thing is irrelevant to the paper topic. So just get right to the discussion of the justices’ opinions.For more information on Community Resource Pamphlet read :https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=Community+Resource+Pamphlet&title=Special%3ASearch&go=Go&ns0=1