International Involvement Paper
University of Phoenix
April 27, 2011
The United States of America (U.S.A) has been found for centuries; the Americans have been an extension since the most primitive of existence. The U.S. has been described as the land of opportunity, laissez-faire, capitalistic and multicultural. The United States were considered the “idea” the U.S has all the qualification and extensions that other countries desired; undeniably along the way unrelenting debates aroused throughout the centuries. Americans encounter different events and scenarios that took a levy on democratic republicans and capitalistic. Americans needed to adapt some type of values and address issues when diversity set or problems provoked. Americans had to implement solutions for debating different inconsistency values while noting the critical advantage; if both issues stimulated. Americans came to a central agreement that could addressed the problems of democracy; trying to liberal citizens and keep Americans buoyant. The values were primed and the main values that Americans implemented were Law versus Ethics, Private versus Common Wealth, Freedom versus Equality and Unity versus Diversity. These laws were implementing in Americans; citizens were to believe these laws will facilitate with a better society and to convey values effectively. In addition, no distinct value is ample; values are intrinsically antagonistic. The Law versus Ethics was for all citizens to abide; the rule of the law was for all Americans to believe and abide by the law. According to Van Scotter “there were some heroes that broke the law for enhanced legal system and for civilization.” An example, Rosa Parks broke the law by not moving to the back of the bus; this law was broking for to activist civil rights; only the white Americans were allowed to sit in the front of the bus,...