· Visit The White House Briefing Room to read “FACT SHEET: The President’s Framework for Shared Prosperity and Shared Fiscal Responsibility” dated April 13, 2011 athttp://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2011/04/13/fact-sheet-presidents-framework-shared-prosperity-and-shared-fiscal-resp. Be prepared to discuss.
· Consider the difference between empirical scientific evidence and anecdotal evidence. Explain which is considered more useful to the study of public policy and state why.
· Using the e-Activity, identify 2-3 policies of your choice and discuss which type of evidence is most appropriate for the policies you identified.
· Using one of the policies listed in Discussion 1, create one of each of the following (for a total of four arguments):
o Normative argument
o Positive argument
o Anecdote argument
o Evidence argument