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Political Science

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Political Science

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Date Created: 08/25/16
Political Science 103   8.25.16  Professor     What is power?  ● The ability to get things done for us   ● Voting  ● Protesting  ● Making a difference  ● Influencing the public  ● Money within politics  What is government   ● Those above us who were elected among the states made up of men and women who try  to conquer and resolve our nation's problems   ● American values are the following :   ● Establish justice  ● Domestic tranquility  ● Common defense  ● Promote general welfare  ● Secure blessings of liberty  Politics vs. Government  ● Politics­ process through which power and resources are gained or lost   ● Ex: campaigns, meetings, voting  ● Government: organization that exercises over a body of people in   Political Culture  ● Commonly shared attitudes, beliefs, and core values about how gov. Should operate  ● What is seen as the offiavcations  ● Equality of Opportunity  ● Everyone should be presented with the same chances to succeed in   Equality of Outcome  ● Minimizing the gap in wealth and power  ● We all end up rich and poor during our lifetime  ● Ex: minimum wage  The problems with values  ● Support in abstract, hard to apply to specific situations why?  Summing up  ● Politics is a process  ● Government is an institution  ● Values are popular in the abstract because of our nation and its people 


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