Mandatory testing for HIVAIDS Paying men and women the same wages 3 The modern

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Mandatory testing for HIV/AIDS Paying men and women the same wages 3. The modern dilemma is Freedom vs.: equality 4. Circle, highlight, or check the policy that best reflects the modern dilemma: Banning controversial YouTube videos Mandating that buses and trains are accessible to people with disabilities Page 2 of 50
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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution Section 1.6- Ideology and Scope of Government Answer the following questions: 1. Define political ideology: a consistent set of values and beliefs about the proper purpose and scope of gov’t 2. How does Totalitarianism differ from Anarchism? Totalitarianism is total govt involvement and anarchism is leat gov’t involvement Mentor Note: The economic theories differ based on how much government involvement each theory argues that there should be in the economy. We have capitalism here in the United States, which supports free enterprise (privately-owned businesses) with some government regulation, like making sure our food is safe for consumption. Laissez-faire is like an extreme form of capitalism, where there is free enterprise but no government intervention at all. Communism is on the other side of the spectrum, where all aspects of the economy are run by the state. Answer the following questions: 1. Explain the differences between capitalism and socialism. Socialism is a form of rule in with strong gov’t regulation and capitalism is supports free enterprise without gov’t regulation. 2. What kind of economic system would libertarians support and why? Democratic socialism because they guarantee civil rights Section 1.7- American Political Ideologies and the Purpose of Government Complete the following ideology value table: In the first column of this table, on each row is listed a different ideology. In the second column and on the same row as each ideology, determine how each would prioritize freedom or order in the original dilemma, choosing from and wring in either “freedom” or “order”. In the third column, determine how each ideology would prioritize and write in either “freedom” or “equality” in the modern dilemma. Ideology Freedom or Order in the Original Dilemma? Freedom or Equality in the Modern Dilemma? Libertarian freedom freedom Conservative order freedom Communitarian order equality Liberal freedom equality Page 3 of 50
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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution Match the ideology with position on issues: Match the policy with the type of equality it seeks to achieve in the chart below. The first column lists the position on the issue. Fill in the apporporate matching ideology in the second column. (Note: there is only 1 policy per equailty type – your choices for possible answers are: Libertarism, conservative or liberal.) Position on Issue Ideology Support harsher punishment for drug crimes conservative Support increased spending on public housing liberal Oppose government except for protection of life/property libertarinaism Supplemental Resource: Government video
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