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|Presents a groundbreaking investigation into the origins of morality at the core of religion and politics, offering scholarly insight into the motivations behind cultural clashes that are polarizing America.|
|Whether I vote or not has no influence on what politicians do. Strongly Agree |
Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree b. One never really knows what
politicians think. Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree c.
People like ...
|Imagine asking people to agree or disagree with the two statements just |
presented. ... with one and disagree with the other: Could you guess which
statement they agreed with and which they did not? I would guess the person in
question agreed that women were different but disagreed that they should be
prohibited from voting. ... Although you and I might disagree on some specifics, I
think we could agree that the six actions represent roughly the same degree of
|and “On the whole, do you think it should be or should not be the government's |
responsibility to: Reduce income ... is as follows: “Agree or disagree with
following statements: Religious leaders should not try to influence how people
vote in ...
Jonathan K. Hodge, Richard E. Klima - - Preview
|votes would have been awarded to George W. Bush in Florida? ... Why or why |
not? ... Then discuss whether you agree or disagree with the elector's point of
protest, and whether you think it was acceptable for the elector to abstain from
Clement Macintyre, John Matthew Williams, John Williams - 2003 - Preview
|Now one can agree or disagree with the voters' position on this, but to say that |
people do not want to give more power to ... Quite apart from direct legislation, it
is difficult to think of a single historical example of a democracy operating under
|The norm is for voters to be asked to agree or disagree with the proposal so there |
will be a majority decision. ... A 'no' vote may occur because the voters think that
the proposal either is wrong, or did not go far enough, or is good but need not ...
|This bespeaks a voting model, not a deliberative model, of Supreme Court |
adjudication. ... Each would state his views, and a junior justice could express
agreement or disagreement with views ex- pressed by a justice senior to him
earlier in ...
|Whether we agree or disagree with the underlying bill, our constituents did not |
send us back here to vote blindly for any policy ... I think it is very clear that we
need tho Boohlort amendment, because the Smith amendment would eviscerate
|1 Not too strong 2 Too strong 0 NA V5 1 TRUST IN GOVERNMENT (0604) How |
much of the time do you think you can trust the ... 1 Agree 2 Neutral 3 Disagree 0
NA V54 GOVERNMENT TAX WASTE (0606) Do you think that people in the ...