Question 2 (30 points), high-quality essay, approximately 1 single spaced page: Chapter 10 talks about policy implementation and its challenges. For this essay, I want you to consider a new policy or strategy that you think would be a good idea (and is not being done right now). This could be at the local, national, or even international level. For this policy/strategy, how would it best be introduced? Would it be compatible with existing policies and practices or would those need to change as well? What are the challenges to implementation of this policy? Overall, how much of a challenge do you think implementation would be (and is it worth overcoming those challenges)? Question 3 (30 points), high-quality essay, approximately 1 single spaced page: Chapter 11 talks about different theories of how policy change occurs. Kingdon’s “three streams” framework is the most famous, but a variety of other theories are described as well. In this essay, I want you to relate an organizational policy or decision to one or more of the theories in Chapter 11 (as usual, I can provide you with a reading that has a good example of a policy process if needed). For this policy process/decision, which of these frameworks best matches the process/events that occurred? How do the different elements of the theory map onto the groups, actions, or ideas involved? Does the theory seem useful for understanding the events in this policy process?