You Learn by Living - Study Guide Ch. 10, How Everyone Can Take Part in Politics Summary & Analysis

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Politics is the participation of citizens in the government. Each citizen's minimum duty is to vote intelligently. The way to obtain information in order to vote intelligently comes from four main sources: the President, the media, commentators, and discussion. It is important to learn the facts from both sides. It is also necessary to discuss politics with people whose opinions differ radically from one's own, but in doing so, one must also re-examine one's own opinion to make this worthwhile. One failure of the President to act as a means for information is discussed; Congress becomes aware of executive orders to turn over nuclear knowledge to Germany. The President should have brought this plan to the attention of the People. It is important to pay attention to local politics in order...

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