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In American political culture

In American political culture - , equalityof opportunity: ,...

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In American political culture, political equality also commonly means equality of  opportunity: All people get the same opportunities to compete and achieve in the world.  Some people will succeed and some will fail, but most Americans believe that everyone,  no matter what, is entitled to the opportunity to succeed. Most Americans oppose equality of outcome. Under this system, the government  ensures all people the same results, regardless of how talented or hardworking they are.  Most Americans consider this unfair because this system means that talented and  diligent people do not get the success they deserve. Example: In the United States, the government tries to ensure equal opportunity among   its citizens by giving everybody access to a solid public education. For example,   President George W. Bush and many members of Congress championed the No Child  
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