Book report is to be presented in a memorandum of at least three (3), but no more than five (5) pages.
The memorandum must be single-spaced using 12-point Arial or Times New Roman font.  Leave a space between sections and paragraphs in the same manner as these instructions.  Margins must be at least one inch on each side of the page.  If quotes are used from the book, give the page number in parenthesis at the end of the sentence (p. 1).  If using an e-book, cite the chapter where the quote originated.   Bullet points may be used, but the entire document cannot be a series of bullet points.  No additional sources (book, articles, websites, etc.) should be used.  No reference section at the end of the memorandum. 
Do not put a title on the page.
Sentences should be concise and varied in length and structure.  Word choice should be precise and accurate.  There can be no misspellings, grammatical errors, or edits.  Use correct capitalization.   You should cover each of the topics sufficiently enough that someone who has never read the book would come away with a good understanding of the answers to each of the report questions.  

Read  Jeremy Rifkin’s The Green New Deal and answer the following questions.   Use the information you have learned about public policy.  The report is due November 25th @ 10:00PM.
1.  What are the public problems under consideration?
2.  What are the policy solutions examined in The Green New Deal?  
3.  What is the role of government in the implementation of the solutions?
4.  Based on what you have learned in PAF 9100, what are three challenges for the future he predicts?


What are the three most important things you learned from The Green New Deal?   What is your overall opinion of the book? 
Use information from the book for each of your points and to support your opinion.  If you need to quote from the book, put the page number in parenthesis at the end of the quote (p. 1).   For an e-book, cite the chapter number from which the quote originated. Do not use information from any other source in your discussion, only the book itself.  Your discussion is limited to 600 words.  A grading rubric can be viewed in the grade center for Post #3.
The discussion post is worth 25 points.  A late submission will be penalized 5 points. 
 Due November 25th @ 10PM.