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Congress PCSI 1014 @ Chad B. Newswander
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2 High Noon “Do not forsake me” Is taking about his wife or the town (or both)? Who forsakes him? Judge Deputy Ramirez Friend Bar Church His wife??
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3 High Noon Themes and Questions The Common Good v. The Self-Interest What are Kane’s motives? Rule of Law & Due Process Why doesn’t he arrest Miller’s posse? What is the human condition Can you trust the masses or the people? Will people fight for order and safety? Why won’t the community stand up and fight? Oath/Commitments Is Kane loyal to his commitments? To the town as sheriff To his wife Compare him to the other officer of the law: the judge Compare Will Kane to Bale’s character in 3:10 to Yuma or Thomas More in Man for all Seasons
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4 How People Rate the Ethical Standards of People in Different Fields Nurses: 79% Military Officers: 72% College Teachers: 59% Clergy: 56% Judges: 53%
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5 How People Rate the Ethical Standards of people in different fields Auto Mechanics: 26% TV Reporters: 23% Senators: 20% Lawyers: 18% Congressman: 10% Car Salesman: 9%
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6 The Paradox of Congress People hate Congress, but love their local representatives How does this make sense?
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  • Spring '07
  • CEWalcott
  • United States Congress, United States House of Representatives, House Rules Committee, Majority Whip Minority

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