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Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative

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Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
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This primary source study allows students to compare the views of Edmund Burke and Brutus as regards to the role of a representative in a republic.

You can use this to guide reading with a few pointed questions, encouraged students to note each time the author talked about overarching questions, and ultimately find one sentence that best represented the author’s viewpoint. Through discussion, students can descend into the arena with the past and develop insight into the nature of representative government. I usually close with the question, “Who makes the most convincing argument and why are you convinced?”
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45 Minutes

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Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative
Conscience or Constituency? The Role of a Representative