Use about one page (250-300 words, with a 325 limit), double-spaced, to comment on a point or argument from the readings that you found important, interesting, disagreeable, provocative, related to lecture, etc. You can use this to answer one of the questions posed that week. You might, as things develop, invoke an earlier reading as a comparison or contrast, but not as a substitute for readings from that week. Please try to use at least 2 readings in each paper, but they do not have to be given equal weight. The goal is to write a page or so of clear sentences that make an analytic point about the readings. link to one of the readings: https://theconversation.com/trumps-right-about-one-thing-the-us-senate-should-end-its-60-vote-majority-88761 there's 2 more readings and I have attached the files also feel free to use any info not in the readings specifically You can choose one of these questions to answer for the one page response: How did the Court change during the decades we have been discussing (esp 1980 onward)? Change in personnel; change in ideology? 2) What have been some of the major areas of law where change in the court has been manifest? 3) In what ways has the court mirrored the era of divided government and hyperpartisanship?