at least three quotes from the article which is in the link above, discuss the influences of western ideas, Islam and persian pride upon the modern iranian identity….In general i want you to read the article and discuss how modern iran is influenced by and proud of ancient persia. Additionally there is, of course, an islamic influence and western influence upon modern Iran. About a page

at least three quotes from the article which is in the link above, discuss the influences of western ideas, Islam and persian pride upon the modern iranian identity….In general i want you to read the article and discuss how modern iran is influenced by and proud of ancient persia. Additionally there is, of course, an islamic influence and western influence upon modern Iran. About a page

Form: 300-500 words (include word count), double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman. After writing your memo, revise it, to make sure that it makes a valid point, it is well supported with evidence, and that the writing is strong. Content: 1) BRIEFLY summarize the article in a few sentences 2) Formulate clear thesis statement (In this memo I argue that…), which identifies a flaw in the logic of the argument, a problem with the evidence, limited generalizability to other cases, unforeseen or problematic moral consequence of the argument, or some important policy implications not discussed by the author. 3) Back up your thesis statement with evidence. This evidence may be based on what is already in the article (give specific page references or quotes), or may draw on evidence from elsewhere (cite your source). 4) Brief summary of argument in the conclusion. Grading: Article Summary: A strong memo shows a precise understanding of the article. Argument: A strong memo tells me something about the article that the author has not. It shows that you not only understood the argument, but also that you can go beyond it in some way. It provides an interesting and important argument. Evidence: The evidence nicely matches and supports the argument. Writing: The thesis statement of a good memo is clear, while the writing is eloquent and well-structured.

Form: 300-500 words (include word count), double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman. After writing your memo, revise it, to make sure that it makes a valid point, it is well supported with evidence, and that the writing is strong.

Content:
1) BRIEFLY summarize the article in a few sentences
2) Formulate clear thesis statement (In this memo I argue that…), which identifies a flaw in the logic of the argument, a problem with the evidence, limited generalizability to other cases, unforeseen or problematic moral consequence of the argument, or some important policy implications not discussed by the author.
3) Back up your thesis statement with evidence. This evidence may be based on what is already in the article (give specific page references or quotes), or may draw on evidence from elsewhere (cite your source).
4) Brief summary of argument in the conclusion.

Grading:

Article Summary: A strong memo shows a precise understanding of the article.

Argument: A strong memo tells me something about the article that the author has not. It shows that you not only understood the argument, but also that you can go beyond it in some way. It provides an interesting and important argument.

Evidence: The evidence nicely matches and supports the argument.

Writing: The thesis statement of a good memo is clear, while the writing is eloquent and well-structured.

3: What role does Plunkitt see for political party bosses to play within the Democratic Party? Why does he feel that way?Section 4: Plunkitt and his crowd claimed to be patriotic. Do you think they really were? Why or why not? Explain.Section 5: Why weren’t reformers able to “clean up” government and politics in the mid- to late-1800’s?

3: What role does Plunkitt see for political party bosses to play within the Democratic Party? Why does he feel that way?Section 4: Plunkitt and his crowd claimed to be patriotic. Do you think they really were? Why or why not? Explain.Section 5: Why weren’t reformers able to “clean up” government and politics in the mid- to late-1800’s?

The Role of a Leader in the Public Sector” Please respond to the following: Note: Online students, please respond to two (2) of the following three (3) bulleted items. From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, provide two (2) examples of the primary manner in which two (2) of the theories support or do not support the definition of a public leader. From the weekly readings and second e-Activity, speculate upon the degree in which styles of leadership have influenced public leaders during the Carter, Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations. Support your response with two (2) examples of instances of such influence. From the weekly readings and third e-Activity, suggest two (2) characteristics that support and two (2) characteristics that do not support the role of a public leader. Provide a rationale for your response.

The Role of a Leader in the Public Sector” Please respond to the following:

Note: Online students, please respond to two (2) of the following three (3) bulleted items.

From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, provide two (2) examples of the primary manner in which two (2) of the theories support or do not support the definition of a public leader.
From the weekly readings and second e-Activity, speculate upon the degree in which styles of leadership have influenced public leaders during the Carter, Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations. Support your response with two (2) examples of instances of such influence.
From the weekly readings and third e-Activity, suggest two (2) characteristics that support and two (2) characteristics that do not support the role of a public leader. Provide a rationale for your response.