What were the political influences that promoted these policies? Why were the policies acceptable as a constitutional matter?
You’d’ve to buy the book. https://sibershops.com/products/20783498-the-color-of-law-by-richard-rothstein?Your book report is on Richard Rothstein, The Color of Law: The Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (2017). Rothsteins history of government housing policies reflects the three components of government regulation that we discussed: policy, politics and law. Your 2,000 word (about 4.5 pages single spaced) should respond to the following questions that involve these elements of policy-making: History of Housing Policy What were the government policies concerning housing that were adopted? What were the political influences that promoted these policies? Why were the policies acceptable as a constitutional matter? Todays evaluation and consequences What were the consequences of the governments actions? What policy solutions would be required to overcome or mitigate these consequences? Are these potential solutions political feasible? Why or why not? Personal reflections What did you learn about the intersection of policy, politics and law from this book? What are the implications or lessons for the governmental process today? What can be learned from this history that would improve the governmental process today? Were you surprised by what you learned from the book? Please explain. Please make sure that you fully respond to the questions that I have posed. You are not expected to do any additional research, but you can get more information about references in the book or chapter that you are not sure you understand. A simple Google search should do the trick for this purpose. If you wish to refer to a specific page in either source, you can use the following form of citation: “An example of government failure is this event at this agency (Rothstein, 630).” There should be no need to cite any other sources. *If you have any questions, please let me know.