Chapter 4: American Political Culture
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A coherent way of thinking about how politics and government ought to be carried out.
A belief that one has an obligation to participate in civc and political affairs.
a dedication to work, or belief in the moral value of hard work.
A belief that you can take part in politics or that the govenrment will respond to the citizenry.
The willingness of the state to respond to the citizenry
The ability to understand and take part in politics
the freedom to think or act without being constrained by necessity or force
rights, treatment, quantity, or value equal to all others in a specific group.
the belief that society exists for the benefit of individual people, who must not be constrained by government interventions or made subordinate to collective interests
as that type of political thinkingwhich does not recognize the problemsarising from the security or power dilemma or takes notice ofthem in a perfunctory manner, not concentrating its interest upon national conditionsor rational solutions.
A belief that on can affect government policies
A belief that you are a member of an economic group who interests are opposed to people in other such groups.
a political scandal stemming from a break-in by Republican operatives at the 1972 U.S. Democratic National Committee headquarters, which were in the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C.
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