Please read the article in its entire and answer several short essay questions. The article that you are reading has been assigned to you. Please do not use any other article; only read the article that has been assigned to you.
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The Changing Racial and Ethnic Composition of the U.S. Electorate
1. Identify the main argument.
2. Connect the reading to at least two concepts or theories discussed in class. Clearly define the concept and explain how each concept is witnessed in the article.
3. Identify and discuss the way that numerical data is used in the article. Are the data reputable, how do you know? (Empirical/Quantitative)
4. What are some of your questions or comments after reading the article? 5. How does the article affect your community?