Some people strongly favor term limits for governmental officials. The U.S. practice regarding this issue differs among th
It was Margaret Mead, a notable anthropologist of the 20th century, who once said, “A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”
Citizens of the U.S. have the responsibility as well as the privilege to take an active role in how the country is governed. You can choose to take a stand, vote, run for office, volunteer to make the world a better place, or do nothing at all! The choice is up to you. The fact that you have a choice is due to democracy!
Remember, in the United States of America, we each have a voice! For the final Discussion of the course, you will begin by sharing your Week 5 Reflection with the class, in order to spark a conversation about those principles and issues that matter most to you. You will then be asked to read, consider, and respond to the Reflections of your classmates. In your final response, you will analyze how social change might be initiated and promoted in current American society. You will also consider how to make choices that provide the best chance of making successful efforts at social change.
We might be surprised at how much more unites rather than divides us and what motivates us to get involved to make a true, positive difference.
By Day 3
Briefly summarize (do not attach) your Week 5 Reflection Powerpoint Presentation in the Week 6 Discussion area.
By Day 5