â€¢Take one of the assigned comparative politics readings (not the introductions, but the actual original text by a particular scholar) from Oâ€™Neil, (Oâ€™Neil, Patrick H., and Rogowski, Ronald. 2012. Essential Readings in Comparative Politics. 4th edition. (W.W. Norton; NY, NY). ISBN: 978-0-393-91280-7. Hereafter referred to as Oâ€™Neil). â€¢ and summarize; â€¢ Then, apply it to the following newspaper column (after briefly summarizing the column); â€¢ Answering these questions: Does the comparative politics reading you chose provide much utility in understanding the policy issue described in the following article? If so, how? If not, why? Which is most persuasive to you (the comparative politics scholarship you chose or the column) and why?