An Study of the Readings on Man Privileges, American Ideology, and the consequences of Race and Faith on the American Voters

Essay #3

The earliest two readings for March 24th were The Costs of Rights and The Universal Declaration of People Rights. The Bill of Rights are the initial 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution, which will be the basic human privileges that apply in the U.S. However, The Universal Declaration of Man Rights is similar in ways of human basic privileges, but is applied everywhere in the world.

The following two readings are likely to contradict each other, and present you both views on a subject. The first reading out of your two is named Why Are People in america So Ideologically United?, expresses that within their view (Dominic Tierney), america has one countrywide ideology: liberalism. Tierney claims that “liberalism just appears just like the natural order of issues”, which was set up my John Locke a long time back. Actually, liberalism is rooted in to the United States so many, that Tierney believes it’s more ideologically than communism over seas. Liberalism itself may be the United State’s identification and “People in america without liberalism haven't any thought who they are.”

The next reading was How race and faith have polarized American voters by Alan Abramowitz, clarifies the divide in both political parties: democrat and republican. Through the years the divide over faith and moral beliefs have become, and sadly it’s not really going anyway anytime soon. Because the 1960s, “nonwhites” own gain a rise in overtaking the voting polls, specifically in the democratic get together. This is due to “large