All students will answer each question: 1. Consider how “representation” functions in the Congress, the president/executive branch, and the Supreme Court. How do each of these parts of government consider and reflect the will of the people? Where do we find evidence of success and failure when considering the democratic nature of these institutions? Suggest one reform to each that would improve representation. Your response should cite evidence from lecture, course readings, and external sources. 2. Professor M. has argued that when it comes to the daily lives of most Americans, the federal judiciary is more powerful than the president. In a response citing evidence from lecture, course readings, and external sources, construct an argument that proves him wrong.