Socialism for equality in society mitigate

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socialism for equality in society, mitigate differences in income M: Do what works (pragmatism over principle), middle compromise of liberal and conservatives, some moral and nationalistic tendencies (conversavtives)
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Two-dimensional ideological spectrum : given Iran’s position on the 2D chart, what would be the likely legal status of gay marriage in Iran; why China receives a rating of “6” on civil liberties3.62 Police power/civil liberties: really high on public safety Economics: leaning more toward socialism Gay marriage is not allowed Gay Marriage : how is the “full faith and credit” clause of the constitution related to the gay marriage debate The clause requires states to recognize the legal judgments of all other states It is possible the US Supreme Court would rule in favor of recognition of gay marriage licenses and force states to recognize gay marriages from other states because recognizing marriage licenses from other states is included under the clause. Illegal Immigration : how the meaning of the word “amnesty” has changed in the last 20+ years; what liberals and conservatives say about the economic trade-off associated with illegal immigration; 1 hint not provided Amnesty: condoning illegal behavior Prayer in School : what the decision to ban prayer in school says about the power of the US Supreme Court; why Congress added “under God” to the pledge of allegiance The majority position of the US Supreme Court suggests the first amendment, separation of church and state principle
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