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Politics 130

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Covering Chapter 1: Citizenship in our Changing Democracy.
American National Government
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachel Rusnak on Friday August 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 130 at Ball State University taught by Wheeler in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see American National Government in Political Science at Ball State University.


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Date Created: 08/26/16
Political Science 130:4 Professor Wheeler August 22-26, 2016 Politics. 1. Pre-Christian Greeks. a. What does it take for one to be a good citizen? i. Participate in politics. ii. Contribute to the economy of your city. iii. Abide by the law. iv. Support the leaders. v. Volunteer; contribute to the less fortunate. b. Normative question. 2. 19 Century U.S. a. Political institutions. i. Far more empirical. 3. Herold Lasswell. a. Politics should be thought of as a process. i. Who gets what…when…how…why? 4. Series of Power Relationships. 5. Government. a. Body in charge for making policies for citizens. b. Maintain order. 1. Thomas Hobbs. 2. John Locke. “Social ii. Give up freedom in orContract”intain sanity. iii. Protect our life and property. iv. Power lies within the people. v. Democracy; republic democracy; indirect democracy. c. Impose social order. i. Provide public goods. 1. Public benefit if we use it or not. ii. Promote equality. 1. Economic. 2. Social. 3. Political. 1


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