For DR.CLOVER: Government Essay Final Paper

Week Two Annotated Bibliography Worksheet

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A. Topic: The Civil Rights Act of 1964

1. Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964, the Civil Rights

Act outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. The

Civil Rights Act of 1964 is significant to the U.S. Constitution as it ended segreagtion in

public places, as well as employment discrimination based on the elements of one’s

race, color, religion, sex, and or national origin. The act gave the national governement

the power to cease racial discrimination in employment, voting and public places.

B. Building Toward Major Policy Change: Congressional Action on Civil Rights, 1941-1950:

1. Jenkins, J. A., & Peck, J. (2013). Building toward major policy change:

Congressional action on civil rights, 1941-1950. Law and History Review, 31(1), 139-

198. doi:http://dx.doi.org.proxy-library.ashford.edu/10.1017/S0738248012000181

2. In “Building Toward Major Policy Change: Congressional Action on Civil

Rights, 1941-1950”, Jenkins and Peck (2013) expand on the landmark that the Civil

Rights Act of 1964 and the effect that the civil rights policy had on the constitution. This

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1. Law and History Review,

Italicize book, journal,

magazine, and newspaper

titles [Kevin Eirich]

 

 

source is important and would be beneficial to my paper as Jenkins and Peck touch

base on what lead up to the official civil rights policy, as well as what was occurring in

the states that executed the policy. Jenkins and Peck also touch on the struggles that

black Americans faced during this landmark of change. I believe This source will aid me

to support my argument that the civil rights policy began to expand and began to grow

and push forward the effort for equality, specifically for black Americans. The Civil

Rights Act of 1964 was an engine started to a lot of reformation that occurred moving

forward. For example, the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This source will support my

argument that the Civil Rights Act reformed U.S. and the Constitution.

C. Federalism in a Time of Autocracy:

1. Millhiser, I. (2017). Federalism in a Time of Autocracy. Yale Law & Policy

Review, 35(2), 521–538. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.proxy-

library.ashford.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=126100189&site=eds-

live&scope=site

2. Millhiser (2017) breaks down the three different branches of government

from the 1960s to the present. Millhiser uses historical court cases and events to

showcase how many states largely ignored the 14th Amendment. This article will be a

great source to use in my final paper as it breaks down cases like Brown v. Board of

Education and Jim Crow Laws in southern states and how it took Congress to step in, to

break these cases and laws down. This article will support the argument that states can

take advantage of their power and how laws are not strictly enforced unless enforced by

the National Government. Not only that, Millhiser showcases how in fact, each branch

can take advantage of their power.

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1. Civil Rights Act reformed

U.S. and the Constitution.

How did the Civil Rights Act

reform the Constitution?

[Kevin Eirich]

2. Yale Law & Policy

Review,

Italicize [Kevin Eirich]

3. Millhiser (2017) breaks

down the three different

branches of government

from the 1960s to the

present. Millhiser uses

historical court cases and

events to

showcase how many states

largely ignored the 14th

Amendment. This article

will be a

great source to use in my

final paper as it breaks

down cases like Brown v.

Board of

Education and Jim Crow

Laws in southern states

and how it took Congress

to step in, to break these

cases and laws down. This

article will support the

argument that states can

take advantage of their

power and how laws are not

strictly enforced unless

enforced by the National

Government. Not only that,

Millhiser showcases how in

fact, each branch

can take advantage of their

power.

I think this is a fine source,

but it should be focused on

checks and balances, not on

federalism.

Federalism is a focus of

section 1. [Kevin Eirich]

 

 

D. Party alignments and civil rights: Then and now:

1. Stern, M. (1995). Party alignments and civil rights: Then and now.

Presidential Studies Quarterly, 25(3), 413. Retrieved from https://search-

proquest-com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/docview/215686851?

accountid=32521

2. In this article, Stern (1995) examines the political positions on the Civil

Rights Act and its effect on elections on the Republican and Democratic perspective as

well as how it impacted votes during elections during the 1950s through the 1990s. This

source is significant to my final paper because it examines the presidential votes

through a specific time span and how civil rights impacted each political party. With the

use of this source, I am able to evaluate how civil rights impacted and or affect

presidential campaigns and elections. with this article I will be able to support the

argument on how over the years, civil rights reform grew and had a major impact on

presidential elections and campaigns.

E. The Writing on the Wall:The Future of LGBT EmploymentAntidiscrimination Law

in the Age of Trump

1. Kristen, E., & Nahmias, D. (2018). The Writing on the Wall: The Future of

LGBT Employment Antidiscrimination Law in the Age of Trump. Berkeley

Journal of Employment & Labor Law, 39(1), 89. Retrieved from

http://search.ebscohost.com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/login.aspx?

direct=true&db=edb&AN=136145171&site=eds-live&scope=site

2. Kristen and Nahmias (2018) focus on the LGBT. In this article, Kristen and

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1. Presidential Studies

Quarterly,

Italicize. [Kevin Eirich]

2. (1995)

This article is almost 25 years

old. Do you have more

recent views of the parties’

positions on civil rights or on

the Civil Rights Act? [Kevin

Eirich]

3. Berkeley Journal of

Employment & Labor Law,

Italicize [Kevin Eirich]

 

 

Nahmias focus on how during President Obama’s presidency, federal agencies

expanded and protected the rights of those of the LGBT community, especially in the

workplace. Whereas while under the presidency of Trump, those rights to the LGBT

community are as quoted “under attack”. With this article I will be able to evaluate our

two most recent Presidents and their impact on the policy of civil rights and how it may

have impacted their votes and or term in office. This source is extremely beneficial as it

is up-to-date. With this source I will also be able to support the argument that although

the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964, still today many are fighting for their civil rights

and equality.

Annotated Bibliography Example: This is an example of how your annotations should look on the Week 2 Annotated Bibliography Worksheet once completed. Please note this is an actual source, but NOT one applicable for your final research paper.

Source:

Brown, K., Royer, S., Waterhouse, J., & Ridge, S. (2005). Virtual workforces and the

shifting frontier of control. The Journal of Industrial Relations, 47(3), 310-325.

Retrieved from EbscoHost database.

Paragraph:

The political process has a significant impact on virtual workforces. Brown,

Royer, Waterhouse, and Ridge (2005) studied how organizations innovate and create

new technology to allow remote employees to communicate virtually. This has changed

a great deal since 2005, but the important aspect of rethinking how employees and

managers do business and manage assignments within the virtual workplace is

discussed. As online education continues to evolve, more changes will be necessary

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1. LGBT community,

Please keep in mind that

sexual orientation is not a

protected class under the

Civil Rights Act.

If you want to write about

LGBTQ issues, the Civil

Rights Act is not going to offer

much support. [Kevin Eirich]

 

 

within online colleges and universities to keep up with the changing technology and to

restructure their workforce to meet the needs of students. These changes can result in

new organizational structures that lead to the need for less hierarchy within an

organization (Brown, Royer, Waterhouse, & Ridge, 2005).

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