Federalism: Comparing Government Response in Hurricane Katrina vs. Coronavirus Submissions must be a minimum of 2 pages, in length. This does not include your bibliography or works cited. This should be attached and added on as the last page of your essay. Y ou will only have one attempt to upload and submit your paper. Your bibliography or works cited page, and your paper, must be uploaded as a single file. They cannot be uploaded separately. No e-mailed assignments will be accepted. Your response should be your own thoughts and analysis. Research and resources should be incorporated with scholarly application. I.e. used as examples or evidence to support your analysis. Citations may be formatted in APA, MLA or Chicago style, as long as they are consistent throughout. You must include in-text (parenthetical) citations, as well as a bibliography.If you have questions about citation formatting, please ask me, or utilize the tool easybib.com. You must provide in-text citations, to show ownership of any information that you include, in your essay, which is either 1. Not considered common knowledge 2. Paraphrased 3. Directly quoted Failure to cite information, properly, will result in students receiving an automatic zero. Furthermore, to not do so is considered plagiarism. Make sure to use complete sentences, and proper grammar. Your response to the prompt should focus on analyzing the information you gather and use to complete the constitutional chart through application. Incorporate the information you gathered by using it to provide examples and support for your response to the prompt. Essay Topic and Objective: You will be watching two 50 minute documentaries: The Storm and Coronavirus Pandemic in order to complete this essay. 1. The Storm: Hurricane Documentary (Links to an external site.) 2. Coronavirus Pandemic Documentary (Links to an external site.) Federalism Overview: Considered together, Hurricane Katrina and Covid-19 both produced policy disasters in the United States that were both unnecessary and linked to federalism. These challenges produced by nature raise the question of whether certain disasters are beyond the capacities of state and local government. Objective: While watching these films, the central theme to take away from these videos is a better and more comprehensive understanding of Federalism, through real life evidence and explanation. Critically analyze each of the elements and consequences of each different national disaster, based on different level of government’s responses, actions. Leadership, communication processes, and decision-making. Despite, both Hurricane Katrina and Corona Virus being deemed as “national emergencies”, the power organization resulted in vastly different responses by each level of government’s leadership (across all levels: federal, state and local). Introduction to Federalism: State and Local governments are the first line responders to crisis. The institutions encompass not only the na.