1)One thing that i annotated and marked as important in this section was petitions. Petitions are a big part of democracy. If we take away petitions it is almost like we are taking away our government. It is very crucial to have this because it gives the people of America the chance to get something changed that they do not like. It is a call for people to support what they are doing and help them to get something changed.
2)I chose to respond to the Tiger Woods-Stand up for equality-Augusta National Golf Club. This is a big article because it explains how people with a lot of fame and fortune can change something big in the world by doing something very simple. The purpose of this is to get female golfers to be allowed to join the Augusta National Golf Club. It is currently all male which is discriminating against females which is one thing that should not be okay in today's time period. This was effective because it really slams the hammer down on the club and on Tiger Woods. They ask him why he would want to support something that awful which nobody would want to so it puts him in a position where he would feel like he has to. one part that shows evidence is when it is brought up that the first black member joined in 1990. This is an effective line because Tiger Woods is also black and would hate to be discriminated against. The writing is at its best when the writer says "Your decision to play or not to play at Augusta will be a strong statement. This is a given, and it is one of the prices of fame". This is powerful because it shows how much influence famous people have on this world.