Citizenship, Social Action and Political Goods Access to political goods is a controversial issue. This is particularly true when it comes to social action for political goods. This is because there are two schools of thought there are those that believe that access to political goods should be determined by historical precedents. This approach would give a definite advantage to those who belong to well established groups and older institutions. On the other hand you have those who believe that citizenship and common-sense morality should determine social action for political goods. In the final essay it will be argued that citizenship and common-sense morality should matter more then history in trying to mobilize social action for...The end:
.....make radical changes. In effect they are totally disregarding history and tradition. The end result is a weak government and near total collapse. On the other hand you have governments that stick with history and tradition. They become stagnant and face destructive social actions for their citizens as they attempt to gain political goods. This source is vital because it show that there is a dynamic between citizenship and history in terms of access to political goods. This dynamic must remain somewhat balanced or the country will head in a catastrophic direction. It also demonstrates that the citizens and social action are very powerful. In fact they are so powerful that they can destroy societies if some level of balance is not maintained.