Good morning, friends in Civics! Have you been keeping up with our Civics in Real Life materials? The most recent two CRL readings concern natural law and the social contract and consent of the governed. We have posted two more Civics in Real Life readings this week! The first looks at the National Institutes of Health. How is support for the general welfare reflected in the work of the National Institutes of Health? NIH The second reading explores Government Task Forces. How do these reflect Article II of the US Constitution? task forces We hope that you find this, and others in the series, useful! Check out the new series here.  As a reminder, our topics so far have addressed The 2020 Censuscensuscrl Unemployment InsuranceUI The Defense Production Act DPA Essential Workers CRLEW The First Amendment1st amndcrl Government Power GP Nongovernmental OrganizationsNGO Propaganda and Symbolism prop The National Guard NG The CARES Act CARES Primary Sources primary sources Federalism in Action federalism The Preamble in Action Preamble Executive Orders CRL EO the Common Good, CG1 and Public Health and the Social Contract. PH1 We hope that you will find these useful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at anytime! And don’t forget, you can find the ‘Civics in Real Life’ resource on the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship website here. Be sure also to check out Civics360 for videos and readings that explore additional civics concepts and ideas within a more traditional framework!" target="_blank" rel="noopener">You can check out these and other readings over at Florida Citizen!

Consent of the Governed con crl

Natural Law and the Social Contract NL and SC CRL

We hope that you find this, and others in the series, useful!

Check out the new series here. 

As a reminder, our topics so far have addressed

The Food and Drug Administration the fda crl

Judicial Review judicial review crl

The Appointment Process the appt process crl

Tariffs tariffscrl

National Institutes of Health. NIH

Government Task Forces. task forces The 2020 Censuscensuscrl Unemployment InsuranceUI

The Defense Production Act DPA

Essential Workers

CRLEW

The First Amendment1st amndcrl

Government Power

GP

Nongovernmental OrganizationsNGO

Propaganda and Symbolism

prop

The National Guard

NG

The CARES Act

CARES

Primary Sources

primary sources

Federalism in Action

federalism

The Preamble in Action

Preamble Executive Orders CRL EO

the Common Good, CG1

and Public Health and the Social Contract. PH1

We hope that you will find these useful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at anytime! And don’t forget, you can find the ‘Civics in Real Life’ resource on the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship website here. Be sure also to check out Civics360 for videos and readings that explore additional civics concepts and ideas within a more traditional framework!