04 Nov week1 reading material：The following readings sh
week1 reading material：The following readings should be completed this week. You can access them by following the links.For the American Government textbook you can follow these links OR read the chapters through the app or as a PDF on your device. Whatever is easiest for you!For the American Government readings, you should read every section within a chapter (starting with the introduction and finishing at the summary section). You may also find the chapter review questions useful for your studying. The Logic of American Politics: Collective Action Problems.American Government Chapter 1: American Government and Civic Engagement. (Links to an external site.)American Government Chapter 2: : The Constitution and Its Origins (Links to an external site.)Federalist No. 10 (American Government Appendix C (Links to an external site.))Constitution of the United States (American Government Appendix BDiscussion：Hi All,This week’s readings has me thinking about how the American government is designed to help solve collective action problems. Please choose one of the following questions and react to it briefly in the discussion boards.When you submit answer, please begin by pasting the question you are responding to in the text field. Then write your answer below.What collective action problems do you see in how citizens and the government are responding to the Coronavirus outbreak? Why is coordinating a response to the coronavirus so difficult. and what measures has our government taken to solve these collective action problems?The Constitution of the United States requires that each state be given two representatives in the Senate, (regardless of the size of the state). Think about modern American politics. Is it a problem that small population states like Wyoming and Vermont have the same number of Senators as large states like Texas and California? Do you think this should be changed? Why?The Constitution created the office of the President to help solve problems of collective action and coordination during times of national crisis. Think about the government’s response to the Coronavirus? How has the President helped mobilize the public response to the crisis? Why is the President’s role in a crisis like this so essential?