midterm3APT - Nathan D. Glynn Midterm 3 Our political...

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Nathan D. Glynn Midterm 3 Our political institutions are responsible for the wellbeing of all citizens. Whoever is in power and in control of the government is in power due to education and social status. Elected representatives are given the opportunity to seek the best possible information to make educated decisions that affect the society as a whole. Government is responsible for creating the best possible scenario for society to prosper in a positive fashion. When decisions are made, elected officials must take in consideration not just themselves but also the society as whole, from top to bottom. In William Sumner’s exposition, he points out the ‘Forgotten Man’. Sumner explains repeatedly, that the fault does not entirely fall on the ‘Forgotten Man’. He expresses that there are certain ills in life that are simply just apart of life. All of society from top to bottom must work together to stabilize each other to in turn, prosper as a whole. He talks about the Tobacco farmers and the influence on the economy. “The farmers have long paid tribute to the
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course POLITICAL 315-01 taught by Professor Marchant during the Spring '08 term at Winona.

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