2Week 1 AssignmentUniversity of Phoenix MaterialInfluences on the Founding of the United States of AmericaPart 1 Matrix:Complete each section of the matrix below. Include APA citations for all borrowed ideas, facts, or definitions.DocumentsSummary of DocumentWhat was this document’s signion the values of the American pthe ideas for the structure and oU.S. Federal Government?Magna Carta An agreement that protected individual English freedoms.It influenced the early American cThirteen Colonies and formation Constitution, which became suprein the new republic of the UnitedMayflower Compact“A governing document created by the members of theMayflowerto temporarily establish self-government in the Plymouth Colonies in America” (Magleby, Light, & Nemacheck, 2014, p. 2).“The document became an imporsettlers and revolutionaries of selproviding what some have calledAmerican constitutional governmLight, & Nemacheck, 2014, p. 4)Declaration of IndependenceA statement that announced that the Thriteen original colonies were independent states and no longer under British rule.It marked independence from Grehaving a voice for human rights. Articles of ConfederationThe original constitution of the United States.It provided a good outline in waygovernment but it was weak and the United States Constitution thastronger government.The Virginia PlanThe Virginia Plan was notable for its role in the setting of the overall agenda for debate in the convention.Set forth the idea of population-wrepresentation in the proposed naThe New Jersey PlanSmall state plan.It was used as a proposal for the sUnited States government.The Connecticut PlanAn agreement that was reached for both large and small states.This brought legislative structureboth the large and small states to The U.S. ConstitutionSupreme law of the United States of America.
POLITICS 2 Civil rights events Civil rights events can be traced all the way back to the 1940s. One of the most notable civil rights events was the Washington March, which happened on August 28, 1963 (Jones, 2013). The march brought together the biggest civil rights organizations in the country. At first, the march was expected to be full of violence and unrest. However, it turned to be the largest peaceful march that Washington had even seen at that time. The black civil rights organizations were pushing for the passage of proper civil rights laws, protection against police brutality, and the need to end segregation in public schools. Martin Luther King gave the “I have a Dream” in this event that received extensive live TV coverage. It was a day to be remembered as the crowds participated in peaceful protests. The Washington march was an inspiration for many other civil rights events like the million march to Washington. The march was considered success because it had a role to play in the ratification of the Twenty-fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The amendment removed the poll tax, which was put in place to keep poor African Americans from voting.