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U.S. government II (movie)

U.S. government II (Memorandum)
February 4, 2016
Strategic MG
February 4, 2016

Review the information about Now Showing and answering the Reflect questions below by going to Course Documents > Now Showing > Now

Showing Directions
Use the One-page response format for your Now Showing essay. Guidance for writing a One-page response can be found in Course

Documents. You will integrate both questions in your response. The idea is to demonstrate an understanding of the major political

theme/themes in the film and relate these to what we are studying that particular week. This is another outlet to assist students to

critically review and evaluate the material in our topic of study.
Submit your One-page response for the Now Showing assignment by going to Course Documents > Now Showing > and selecting the

assignment titled Movie Number 1 or Movie Number 2 if you have already submitted one Now Showing essay.

Grading

This assignment is worth 60 points toward your final course grade. I will grade your essay using the Now Showing Grading Criteria found

in the Course Documents button in the Blackboard menu.

A Civil Action

A Civil Action movie poster
http://77.78.0.147/movies/pic1/A%20Civil%20Action.jpg

A successful Boston attorney with a small firm of personal injury lawyers brings a class action suit against major corporations

contaminating the water supply of the city. The other side has deep pockets that threaten the professional and financial survival of

the firm, and the outcome of the case means everything. Trying to win at all costs, the partners of the firm go into deep debt. The

long trial eventually forces them to accept a settlement, but it barely covers the overwhelming expenses in trying the case. The

partners are broke, the law firm breaks up, and lives are in shambles.

Reflect

In bringing civil actions, plaintiffs are asking courts to determine the worth of a human life. What formula do we use for such a

calculation?
What went wrong in this film version of a real case? Who was at fault?
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