we can promote and protect the national nationality and national unity by fulfilling the duetis and responsibilities of citizen
The example that show that the government acts as protector, provider, and consumer of goods and services, regulator, and promoter of national goals are:
The government act as a protector as they enforce laws and rules in the country against false advertising, illegal trading or usage of drugs and medicines and environmental hazards.
Provider and consumer of goods and services:
The government provide many services to it's citizens such as Public and social welfare, health facilities, defense etc.
The government regulate every thing such as the inflow of cash in the country or the amount of services to be provided.
Promoter of national goals:
Many government functions reflect peoples desire to modify the economic system to achieve the economic goals of freedom, efficiency, equity, security, full employment, price stability, and economic growth.
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1. An interest group is:
an organization of people who share a common interest and work together to protect and promote that interest by influencing the government
An interest group can be liberal or conservative or centrist. Interest groups exist on many levels across the spectrum of political concerns.
2. Television, radio, newspapers, and the Internet are all examples of :
Means of mass communication are referred to as "media" and exist in various forms. All the listed examples are used in the 21st century, but all go back to roots before the 21st century. Even the Internet began public commercial use already in the last decade of the 20th century.
3. Place the terms in their correct order from left to right on the traditional political spectrum:
radical, liberal, moderate, conservative, reactionary
Probably you got that liberal is to the left of moderate, and conservative tends toward the right. In politics, a "radical" is on the far left, someone who wants complete political or social reform. A "reactionary" is one who thoroughly opposes all social liberalization and major reforms.
Please refer to Explanation
a. Executive Order 9066
This was a law signed in 1942 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorizing the internment of tens of thousands of American citizens of Japanese ancestry and resident aliens from Japan, leading to the loss of language and culture among tens of thousands of Japanese-Americans.
b. English-Only Movement.
This form of political activism advocates for the use of one language in the official United States government operations and a legal policy proclaiming an official national language. It also advocates against bilingual education.
c.Chinese Exclusion Act.
This 1882 federal law signed by President Chester A. Arthur was the first immigration law that allowed an absolute moratorium banning an entire ethnic group from entering the United States.
d. Bilingual Education Act.
This federal legal act, signed in 1968 by President Lyndon B. Johnson. introduced a new type of education for students whose home language was not English. It was originally written for Spanish-speaking students, but
overtime it was changed to include all students who speak a language other than English. It signified the birth of the bilingual education movement but was replaced in 2001 by the No Child Left Behind legislation emphasizing
English Language Learning.
e. Proposition 227 and 58.
These laws have regulated the availability of bilingual programs in one of the largest states in the United States for the past 20 years. State in question is California.
f. Meyer vs. Nebraska.
This was a 1923 case in which the Supreme Court of the United States struck down the 1919 Nebraska law restricting foreign-language education, specifically education in German.
g. Farrington vs. Tokushige.
This was a 1927 case in which the Supreme Court of the United States unanimously struck down the Territory of Hawaii's law which made the teaching of foreign languages illegal for schools. The Supreme Court argued that the Hawaii law violated the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment.
h. Lau vs. Nichols
This was a 1974 Supreme Court ease which extended bilingual education to Chinese-speaking children in San Francisco, California, first, and, subsequently, everywhere in the United States, arguing that the lack of appropriate bilingual programs was a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
i. Native American Languages Act.
This 1990 legislation passed by the US Congress declared it •the official policy of the United States government to preserve, protect, and promote the rights and freedom of Native Americans to use, practice, and develop Native languages."
j. Bill of Rights for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children.
This legislation, only passed by a handful of states so far. recognizes the not always deaf-friendly educational settings and proposes that every deaf child must have full access to all information, specialized personnel, school programs, social activities, and extra-curricular activities and a right to acquire both English and American Sign Language (a natural visual language).