Shared political ideals.
Promotes the idea that all citizens should be equal in their standard of living.
Is fully consistent with individualism.
Does not include the idea that everyone is entitled to fair treatment under the law.
Is a concept whose precise definition is frequently contested among American citizens.
Has always been fully implemented in U.S. history.
Belong to the government only.
Belong to individuals but can be denied by government.
Belong to individuals and cannot be denied by government.
Do not exist in the United States.
Are not mentioned in the Declaration of Independence.
The United States
Almost completely unreal.
Perfect representations of reality
Symbolic postures that reflect partly what is ideal and partly what is real.
Perverted images of reality, as in the case of totalitarianism.
Specifically listed in the U.S. Constitution.
Are general principles, not precise rules.
Sometimes conflict with one another.
Are only one of the many sources of political action.
Are enduring and powerful.
All these answers are correct.