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(1).Joseph Overton in his model of policy change termed the “Overton Window” argued that only a relatively narrow range of potential policies will be considered politically acceptable. For elected officials this means that they will support policy options that will not get them un-elected from office. In general, then, the window shifts to include different policy options reflecting electability and not necessarily real policy problems. What are the implications of that scenario?
(2).In his recent article in the Washington Post political scientist David Lay Williams asks a Question: “Does virtue matter in American politics today?” Respond to his question. First layout his analysis of modern politics in relationship to his reading of American political history. Do you think that it is necessary to “bring together political power and moral virtue” with respect to both political leadership and citizenship?