American political culture

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American Political Culture 1 What changed, if anything, in the American political culture between 2004 and 2008? POLS 210 D018 Professor Keith D Carlson June 14, 2010
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American Political Culture 2 What changed, if anything, in the American political culture between 2004 and 2008? The United States has four political cultures: Conservative, Liberal, Populist and Liberation. Conservatives prefer order and favors the Republican Party. They feel that the government should regulate individual behavior and stay out of the economy to a feasible extent. Liberals prefer liberty and favors the Democratic Party. They feel that the government should get involved in the economy and not interfere in private or sexual matters. Populism and Libertarianism philosophies usually emerge in third parties or movements. Populist prefers government intervention in the economy in order to balance monopoly capitalism. Liberations prefer a reduced role of government in both economy and culture. There was a huge shift in political culture between the 2004 and 2008
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