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Running head: POLITICS 1 Assignment 1

 

?Politics ? Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow?

 

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Strayer University POL 110 ? U.S. Government

 

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November 15, 2015 POLITICS 2

 

Civil rights events Civil rights events can be traced all the way back to the 1940s. One of the most notable

 

civil rights events was the Washington March, which happened on August 28, 1963 (Jones,

 

2013). The march brought together the biggest civil rights organizations in the country. At first,

 

the march was expected to be full of violence and unrest. However, it turned to be the largest

 

peaceful march that Washington had even seen at that time. The black civil rights organizations

 

were pushing for the passage of proper civil rights laws, protection against police brutality, and

 

the need to end segregation in public schools. Martin Luther King gave the ?I have a Dream? in

 

this event that received extensive live TV coverage. It was a day to be remembered as the crowds

 

participated in peaceful protests.

 

The Washington march was an inspiration for many other civil rights events like the

 

million march to Washington. The march was considered success because it had a role to play in

 

the ratification of the Twenty-fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The

 

amendment removed the poll tax, which was put in place to keep poor African Americans from

 

voting. It also influenced the passage of the Civil Rights Act 1964, which directs the government

 

to protect the rights of all citizens and protect them against any form of discrimination.

 

The march to Montgomery in 1965 is also another influential civil rights event in the

 

history of the United States (Hartford, 2014). The march was organized for the people to show

 

their support for the voting rights legislation. It was a very violent Sunday that resulted in the

 

hospitalization of fifty people who took part in the march. The march succeeded in pushing for

 

the passage of the Voting Rights Act. The Voting rights law is an example of how the government

 

treats its people in a responsible manner by allowing everyone to vote (Hartford, 2014).

 

Media Events POLITICS 3 On August 9, 2014, a teenager called Michael Brown was shot and killed by an officer

 

called Darren Wilson (Healy, 2014). The shooting received extensive coverage with pictures of

 

Michael Brown being shown in papers and televisions. The media used pictures of the young

 

Michael Brown, who looked innocent. The one message that was consistent in all the news how

 

white police officers find it easy to shoot African American men. It culminated in a racial

 

discussion with each race trying to take sides. The media coverage of the event portrayed the

 

police force as an organization against African Americans. It built a negative public opinion of

 

the government. It also pushed for an immediate action to be taken against Darren Wilson.

 

The Washington March can also be viewed as a media event because of the extensive live

 

TV coverage that it enjoyed (Jones, 2013). The media portrayed the march as a show of strength,

 

resilience, and solidarity in the fight for civil rights. Everything was captured in real time to

 

show the country that the march was not a show of violence. The speeches were able to reach

 

many people. They were all urging the federal government to take action and stand for the

 

founding values of the nation. The reasonable thing for the government to do is to push for

 

reforms in the legislation and elimination segregation in public schools.

 

Republican and Democratic, competition for power

 

The competition for power between the Republican and the Democratic parties has

 

resulted in the adoption of different values that might have an ethical impact on the American

 

people (Edsall, 2012). First, Republicans focus on the individual while the Democrats emphasize

 

the collective good. These values are exhibited by the supporters of both parties. Studies have

 

shown that Republican supporters will go for a small government that focuses on the individual

 

while the Democrats want a big government that focuses on the collective good (Edsall, 2012). POLITICS 4 It explains why Republicans are not reluctant to use force to achieve something. This has strong

 

ethical implications on the American people.

 

Republicans are more conservation that Democrats. They stand for social norms that have

 

been in the society since time immemorial. The Democrats are different because they have

 

shown they are willing to adapt to the changing times. The ethical implications of these

 

differences are that Republicans are ready to punish people who move from the established

 

social norms. It is confirmed by the policies that the Republicans are willing to support. Most

 

Republicans value hard work and shun laziness. The Democrats also like hard work but do not

 

rely on it only to decide whether someone is lazy or not. The differences between Republicans

 

and Democrats affect the way their supporters perceive difference issues. References POLITICS 5 Edsall, T. B. (2012, February 6). Studies: Conservatives Are From Mars, Liberals Are From

 

Venus. Retrieved from The Atlantic: http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2012/02/studiesconservatives-are-from-mars-liberals-are-from-venus/252416/

 

Hartford, B. (2014). The Selma Voting Rights Struggle & March to Montgomery. San Francisco,

 

CA: Westwind Writers.

 

Healy, J. (2014, November 26). Ferguson, Still Tense, Grows Calmer. Retrieved from The New

 

York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/27/us/michael-brown-darren-wilson-fergusonprotests.html

 

Jones, W. P. (2013). The March on Washington: jobs, freedom, and the forgotten history of civil

 

rights. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

 


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