How do we regulate interest groups and lobbying activity? What are the goals of these regulations? Do you think these regulations achieve their objectives? Why or why not? If you could alter the way we regulate interest group activity and lobbying, how might you do so in a way consistent with the Constitution and recent Supreme Court decisions?
Many protests are ignited by the following:
Dissatisfaction with social systems. When people believe that the local government and economy serve their needs, there is little desire to protest—people work within the existing order to address their problems. On the other hand, when people feel that these systems are corrupt and unjust and rigged in favor of a select few, conditions are ripe for social unrest.
Proponents of social unrest would claim that protests have accomplished the following: Provided relief for the poor and health care.● Addressed injustices.● Stopped construction projects etc.
Protesters do not always get what they want. For example, leaders may crack down rather than give in to demands. Even when protesters accomplish their aims, the aftermath invariably brings new problems.
Many well-known people have felt that protesting oppressive systems is a moral imperative
The Bible offers a solution to injustice, corruption, and oppression. It describes a government that God has set up in heaven that will replace the failed political and economic systems that lead to protest.
Why not get more information about people who were protesters. They now found happiness and hope they will have, everlasting under God's Kingdom Government. Please go to jw.org for free downloads, publications or read online.