Civics 101: The Elections You Missed – The States

Norbrook's Blog

In my previous post on civics, I talked about the structure of the federal government and how it works.    Knowing that is a fundamental part being able to get things accomplished, as well as knowing what needs to be fixed.   Ideals are wonderful, but if you don’t know how to make those ideals become reality, they’ll remain just that.  Ideals.  Nice theoretical constructs, but nothing that actually happens.   But that’s just one of several governments you should be concerned about if you’re talking about getting progressive ideals into progressive reality.  As it turns out there’s another 50 to look at, and yes, the Constitution as well as Congress gives them certain responsibilities.  Those are the states.

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