Readings Video Essay

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Relative to the U.S. Constitutional Structure and “Politics” in Practice Relative to Federalism. Read pages 107 to 116 – Iron Triangles and interest groups in the text - View the video discussion about "Social Movements" and the possibilities for social changeBreaking It Down with Robert Brem Part 2 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.Breaking It Down with Robert Brem Part 2

And answer the question:

  • Explain and evaluate the ways an individual can effectively participate in politics at the national, state and local level.
  • Be certain to provide examples for each level of government.
  • Are there differences possible for the different levels of government?
  • Where would you be most interested or motivated to participate?
  • Why?

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U.S. Constitutional Structure and “Politics”
There are many ways citizens can actively participate in the political process. One of the
ways citizens can participate at the local, state and federal governments is by running for office.
This is a major way one can actively be part of the political process. At all levels of governance,
citizens are also required to abide by the laws set by the governing body. This is part of active
participation in the political process. Another way citizens can participate in politics is by
persuading voters to vote in a particular way. During elections, every vote counts (Future of
Minds). As such, persuading individuals to vote for a particular course ...

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