history but learning from our collective successes and mistakes?
However, the glory of success often dims our memory of the mistakes,
failures, struggles and challenges encountered along the way that
help define a democracy and keep it alive and vital.
advanced uses of simulation technology used in computer games and
military training, we can bring to life the often dramatic
gain the experience of civic representation and the confidence to
participate in public life, which, in turn, discourages apathy and
instills an ongoing sense of civic responsibility and desire to
participate in the democratic process.
Equipped with the power
of core values, they can become an example of how an individual can
make a difference.
life • liberty • truth • justice diversity • common good
patriotism • pursuit of happiness • popular sovereignty
separation of powers representative government
religious freedom • individual rights • rule of law
of the military
checks and balances • equality
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