sing examples from current events or political debates. The use of examples is necessary. ————2 pages—————-June 26 8pm—————- Countries around the world have responded differently to the global Covid-19 pandemic. To what extent is the U.S. response an illustration of U.S. political culture? Using the concepts from this weeks lectures and drawing examples from vetted news sources, describe what you see as the connection between culture and policymaking in the United States. ————2 pages—————-July 3 8pm—————- How politically active are you? (There are no right or wrong answers to this question.) Using what you have learned in the lecture about different types of political activities and the role of family, peers, and education, explain the reasons behind your level of political activity (from not at all active to very active all options are possible!). ————2 pages—————-July 10 8pm—————- How different or similar are your political views from those of your parents? Explain your answer, using specific policy areas as examples. Make sure to use materials from the lectures to highlight the processes through which individuals form their views (Early American Political Culture lecture(attached)). ————2 pages—————-July 17 8pm—————- (When you go to website below enter zipcode (07514). (Zip code: 07514 is located in the 9th Congressional district of New Jersey) my representative is Bill Pascrell Jr. (Democrat). Using this link: https://www.house.gov/representatives/find/, find your Representative. Find out what issues they have been working on and how long they have been in office. After that, write them a letter. Indicate your situation and priorities, and explain to them what issues you think they should work on and why. Be as specific as possible. You may raise concerns about past policies, votes and positions – though the letter should be polite, formal and productive.