Part i : arizona statehood create a chronological narrative of


Part I : Arizona Statehood

Create a chronological narrative of 750-1,000 articulation describing and analyzing the events that contacted the course of Arizona improving a aver. Include the key events from the subjoined periods in Arizona history:

  1. The Preterritorial Period
  2. The Spanish Period
  3. The Mexican Period
  4. U.S. Controlled Period
  5. The Territorial Period 

The contact of the Progressive motion on the figment of the Arizona substance, including the ordinance of rights, ballot initiatives, and resumption of judges. 

Utilize the required readings, academic websites, and the GCU e-Library as instrument for this assignment. 

While APA format is not required for the substantiality of this assignment, resistant academic adaptation is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be root in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. 

Part II: Arizona Constitution

Create a chart or matrix summarizing the susceptibilitys and functions of the three offshootes of Arizona's council:

  1. List each offshoot of council, and fulfill the susceptibilitys and functions of each offshoot. Bullet points may be used.
  2. Outline the procedures for honorable the Arizona Constitution. Bullet points may be used. 

Write an decomposition of 250-500 articulation in which you opine on the amendment course for the Arizona Constitution.

  1. Is this a "fair" course?
  2. Does it confer too abundantly susceptibility to the race?
  3. Do you opine the Progressive framers would support of the way the course has been used thus far? Why? Defend your rationale. 

Utilize the required readings, academic websites, and the GCU e-Library as instrument for this assignment.

While APA format is not required for the substantiality of this assignment, resistant academic adaptation is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be root in the GCU APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.