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Chapter 4: American Political Culture

Spring 2017
Presenter: Priscilla Hernandez
Across
A relatively consistent set of views of the policies government ought to pursue
A political party that opposes the majority party but within the context of the legal rules of the game
Refers to states that vote Democrat
The willingness to allow people with whom one disagrees to have the full protection of the laws when they express their opinions
Individual who explained the rise of capitalism in part by what he called the Protestant ethic
People who believe that moral rules are derived in part from an individual's beliefs and the circumstances of modern life
A distinctive and patterned way way of thinking about how political life ought to be carried out
The inclination to believe that one's efforts and rewards in life are to be conducted and enjoyed by oneself, apart from larger social groupings
The condition of being relatively freed of governmental restraints
Down
The awareness of belonging to a particular socioeconomic group whose interests are different from those of others
A kind of church in which members control activities, whether erecting a building , hiring a preacher, or managing its finances
Refers to those states that vote Republican
A belief that one can affect government policies
The condition in which people, although not guaranteed equal rewards, expect to have comparable chances to compete for those rewards
A persistent word in our vocabulary that indicates Americans are bound by common values and hopes
People who believe that moral rules are derived from God, are unchanging, and are more important that individual choice
The feeling that one out to do one's share in community affairs, irrespective of concrete rewards