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What are the 5 main social and political issues that are resulting in a widening

  1. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

    What are the 5 main social and political issues that are resulting in a widening chasm between

    Liberals and Conservatives in postmodern American society?

    In the book GENERATIONS published in the early 1990s, the authors noted that in the early part of the 21st century, there will be widening gap in America between Liberals and Conservatives over many sociopolitical issues.  Seeing the current sociopolitical climate, the authors' words are coming into fruition.  Right now, there is much contention in our country between Liberals and Conservatives and each side is not backing down one bit!

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    Larry Wallposted 4 years ago

    The five issues I would pick are:
    Health Care
    Growing Deficit
    Immigration
    Global involvement in hostile foreign affairs
    Deterioration of Individual Rights

    You could write a book on each topic. All of these issues have been smoldering for years, but are coming to the surface more frequently than they have in the past. None of these problems are new, we are just talking about them more because of the constant barrage of television news and an increasing number of liberal and conservative TV and radio personalities, who believe if they say something enough times and raise the volume each time, people will believe it. Unfortunately, there may be some truth to that.

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    tbHistorianposted 4 years ago

    Historians depict turmoil as an ideological perversion that territorial propaganda offensives employ when seeking destruction of the ruling mass. This covert operation leads to a repressive political structure that imposes immoral and corrupt policy upon those who originally supported the society transformation.  Brilliant observers reviewing past occurrences have noted that the immoral destruction of society within a nation occurs as the culture begins to permit expansive recognition of immoral as an equal to the moral principles.During all previous reigns of socialism expansion, the  moral individual was charmed into allegiance with immoral faction that claimed equality of principles. This was always elevated through relatively calm covert resistant to the moral political cultural message. But most actually became violent destruction through corrupt regimes exercising power upon the dissenting opponent.  This was accomplished through introduction of class conflict.
    This generates a dire consequence for the social life under capitalism for the hard-working class culture that is imperviousness to certain kinds of ideological persuasion.  This permits the corrupt socialist to present a canned propaganda offensives that easily penetrates and sweeps away the moral principles that guarantee the freedoms currently enjoyed.
    Détente fails to circumvent the devitalizing brand from weakening the vital properties of the moral society.  This is primarily due to the radical foliation metaphorically morphing the moral society through immoral consumption.  While many moral American citizens view this as progression to features implicit within the society, they fail to realize the corrupt conversion of moral principles into an immoral ideology embrace.
    The planar arrangement of the metamorphic process of immoral attitudes is portrayed as a commonality within the corrupt faction by insinuating that it represents a religious belief that is protected by the U.S. Constitution.  This presents colossal pressure upon the nation’s moral society as the immoral goliath features of the corrupt organizations permeate everyday media as a dilemma for the moral believers because the immoral is a modernization of the society formation of the desired new world.  However, this devilish agenda is creating a nightmare for American families as they endeavor to morally support their nation.
    A nation divided is the prime objective & currently the President is skillfully orchestrating this

  4. Josak profile image60
    Josakposted 4 years ago

    The expanding wealth gap.
    Health care.
    Immigration.
    The dying power of the church, particularly in same sex marriage.
    Taxes.

 
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