Checkpoint American Civic Values

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Running head: CHECKPOINT: AMERICAN CIVIC VALUES 1 Checkpoint: American Civic Values April Arnold University of Phoenix American National Government POS 110 John F. Day II, Esq. June 17, 2010
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CHECKPOINT: AMERICAN CIVIC VALUES 2 What about today's society reinforces American civic values? What about today's society undermines American civic values? How do civic values help make America's political and civil culture better? Are there penalties for failing to adhere to civic values? Can you give an example?
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CHECKPOINT: AMERICAN CIVIC VALUES 3 Checkpoint: American Civic Values Many members of society enforce civic values by working together as a whole for the common good of the community, for example, Los Angeles, California has laws in place that prevent major corporate stores from building in certain areas. This limits competition that would take business away from the local business owners. As in, there is only one Wal-Mart and they are located on the outskirts of town. Another example is when low income families need a
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2011 for the course POS 110 taught by Professor Britt,j during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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