Discuss either two (2) civil liberties or two (2) civil rights events (past or current) that have influenced a sense of social responsibility in the American government today. Provide examples to support your answer. Note: In your response, consider how the events influenced the way state, local or national political leaders or agencies responded in a socially responsible or ethical manner toward the community.
Discuss two (2) media events (past or present) that have positively and or negatively influenced the public’s opinion of a government agency. Provide examples to support your answer. Note: Consider how a news story or media coverage of an event positively or negatively changed the public’s opinion (or perception) regarding how responsible a government agency should be towards meeting the needs of its customers; i.e. the American people.
Discuss two (2) differences between the Republican and Democratic parties that may have an ethical impact (positively or negatively) on the American people. Provide examples to support your answer. Note: Consider the different ideals, values, morals, and/or goals held by the Republican and Democratic parties, and their different views on the ethically or morally right way to govern and make the best policies for the people they serve. Determine if your example presents any type of ethical concerns for or against the public interest of the American people
Politics- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Studentâ€™s Name: University: Professorâ€™s Name: Politics- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow What are civil rights? These are legal rights for an individual or a group of people in the United States of America and other countries to receive equal treatment that is free and fair without discrimination in one way or another. The civil right involve fair and free employment, housing, education, movement without trespassing, equal rights to medication and so on. Traditionally, civil rights in the United States referred to efforts of achieving total equality for African-Americans in all fields of the society. Today however, civil rights is used widely to include the advancement of equal rights despite their sex, religion, gender, age, race, disability, origin of an individual and many other characteristics. Most of the civil right come from the federal level through various way such as federal registration or by federal court decisions. States also are in a position of passing their civil rights just like those in federal level. Ho