American Government Violence and atrocities have been (and continue) a feature of American life and politics. McGuire’s book traces the terrible legacies of racial and gender oppression in the South from the 1940s to the 1970s. However, she also offers historical accounts of progress and shows how average Americans can make a difference in stopping racism and sexism. In other words, McGuire gives examples of how the “little people” made the US federal and state government more accountable to the people. You will need to read Chapters 7,8, and the epilogue for the term paper. In other words, additional material and/or research should not be integrated into the term paper. However, aside from reading the rest of McGuire’s book, you will need to add details from Kaufman’s The Fall of Wisconsin. Use the information from all two books ( ONLY) and answer the following question: To what extent did certain figures and individuals in McGuire’s chapters 7,8 and the epilogue, as well as Kaufman’s The Fall of Wisconsin, reshape American politics for the better – or tried to make it better – reflecting the spirit of the Preamble of the Constitution, which is to “establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity”? **The paper should be approximately 1900-2100 words in length, double-spaced. Criteria1. AnalysisExpression of one’s unique ideas not merely a summary and clearly answered the question2. Integration of Evidence/QuotesThe integration of evidence and quotes from the course books only3. Application of APA StyleAppropriate cover page, in-text citation, and References page4.Appropriate Page LengthThe paper’s length is 1900-2100 words.