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Unformatted text preview: attending political meetings, attending marches, leafleting, working a phone bank, envelope stuffing, sponsoring a “tea” or “coffee” meeting (not necessarily for the “Tea Party” –other groups also have teas and coffees) , taking part in a caucus, helping to register voters, contributing money to a party, visiting a party website, wearing political buttons, using bumper-stickers or political signs, etc.? Have you seen or heard reports of such actions? Did you think they were effective? 4.. Overall, does your own observation and experience of the political process make you feel that voting and participating in politics is worthwhile? Do you feel you can have a meaningful effect on politics by your actions? Do you feel the American political process is sufficiently open to participation by all?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course BUS 500 taught by Professor Fogel during the Spring '10 term at Salem Intl..
- Spring '10