Formal method whereby people can effect changes in government policy
System of government checks and balances
A sound dollar
Private and public economics
Our natural defense
Efficiency in government
There is little need to take such natural resources from the ocean waters.
Oil corporations are falsely advertising an oil shortage in order to expand their drilling operations.
The potential oil to be found is not worth the capital investment needed to extract it.
The possible harm to the balance of nature is more important than a gain in energy.
Coal is a preferable resource to oil.
The expansion of the middle class and its new wealth
The return of young American soldiers from war
The change in view toward artificial birth control methods
The mobility of the American family of the 1950's
The growth of the urban/suburban areas after World War II
Poor sanitation in crowded European cities.
A disease carried by sailors through trade routes.
A highly contagious virus spread by human contact.
Rats that carried the disease through crowded cities.
Fleas on rats that carried the deadly bacteria through trade routes.