The I Have a Dream speech is the most memorable speech that leads to the end of
slavery. In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his speech to thousands of people before the
Lincoln Memorial. In his speech he says I have a dream that one day this nation
The Duties of American Citizenship
By Theodore Roosevelt
January 26, 1883
Of course, in one sense, the first essential for a man's being a good citizen is his possession of the home
virtues of which we think when we call a man by the emphatic adjective of
Declaration of Independence
Following a decade of colonial discontent with the English, war broke out between the
colonies and England in 1775. In May and June of 1776, the Continental Congress
debated resolutions about independence from England a
On VikingWeb (under Citizenship Prompt Readings in the Resources tab) Ive posted a number of brief
readings dealing with competing (and sometimes contradictory) visions of citizenship as well as some non-political
aspects of life.
Gov Citizenship Paper
September 14, 2016
Prompt #4. Americans are private citizens. This may strike you as a contradiction, since citizenship is
by definition about public life. In any case Americans do embrace both
Ch. 1: Introducing Government in America
politics and government have impacted life: state and fed. Gov. determined legal
age to drive, etc.
- wages for working- fed. Min. wage
-even though todays younger society is disinterested in politics, we help ou
Study Guide for Final Exam
For all terms, know the context in which they are situated, their meaning, and their significance. Be able to fully answer
questions addressed. As always, you are responsible for all lecture material and reading assignments.
Fall 2010 essay questions. You will be asked to answer two of the following
questions as fully as possible in the time allowed, drawing your answer from both
the readings and the lecture.
1) Is the Declaration of Independence a Lockean document? Make your
GOV 211 Exam Two Study Guide
The exam will have three parts:
(A) Multiple choice questions drawn from the textbook.
(B) Short answers. Drawn from questions, concepts, and terms below (but not those from the textbook).
(C) One essay question draw