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FINAL REVIEW, MARCH 12, 2010 3 parts: 1. Key words-identify (12 or more): tyranny of the majority; 2. Short answer: what are the two laws of nature as Locke assigns them? Self-preservation and preservation of others. 3. Essay question (1 of 2): constitutional ruling -Solinger- Wake up little Susie Liberal consensus: Has several components, foreign and domestic policy -America emerges from the Cold War, Second World War -Containment of communist ambitions -Things begin to fall apart when Soviets are moving to East -government has a hand in guiding markets -abundance -what keeps capitalism aflow is consumption; it’s not about cutting taxes so that businesses invest; it’s about creating an environment where people spend -liberal consensus says: there’s prosperity and prosperity will raise everybody’s boats: we have great inequalities (wealth). If these inequalities are TOO great, the lower class will revolt. -post-war prosperity
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