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Culture of the United States

Chapter 4 Outline: American Government 9th Ed., Wilson&Dilulio

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Samuel Choi CHAPTER 4 OUTLINE: American Political Culture Introduction Complete dependence on a constitution(even the American Constitution) does not guarantee the survival of the government nor protection of liberties. The U.S. Constitution has been copied by many other nations. Examples include Argentina, Philippines, and Brazil. In nearly every instance, the constitution lasted a short time. Democratic rule lasts short time, and then is interrupted by events such as military takeover and corruption. Such a pattern was noticed by Alexis Tocqueville. Tocqueville found several reasons for the sole survival of the American Constitution The U.S. was more suited for such a Constitution.
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