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Unformatted text preview: PROF. NDIAYE GOVT 141 STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 1 ALL SECTIONS EXAM 1 IS SCHEDULED IN CLASS ON: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 (SECTIONS 005, 006 THTHF2 11:30 AND 12:40) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 (SECTION 002 MWF1 12:40) BE ABLE TO DEFINE AND DISCUSS: Politicswhat is it? Government..what is it? Political Contextwhat is it? Political Efficacywho has it? Who doesnt? Why? Citizenship (be able to discuss the textbooks 3 requirements for citizenship) 3 Core political values: Liberty, Democracy, Equality (be able to discuss some of the fundamental conflicts in principle and practice of these values in American society. For example: Liberty: the principle is freedom from government control and respect for the inalienable right to personhood, but the practice of enslavement, wiretapping, etc are in conflict with the principle. Your book defines these principles on pages 20-23 and defines the conflicts on pages 24-29....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course GOVT 141 taught by Professor Ndiaye during the Fall '08 term at Morehead State.
- Fall '08