BC: The End
FC: Power in the United States
1: Power is demonstrated in the United States through a variety of ways. These ways include political power, business power, military power, religious power, and power in sports.
2: Table of Contents Chapter 1: Political Power Chapter 2: Business Power Chapter 3: Military Power Chapter 4: Religious Power Chapter 5: Power in Sports
3: Chapter 1 Political Power
4: In politics, power is everything. Powerful political figures such as the president, vice president, the Senate, the House of Representatives, and cabinet officials, make up our political system.
5: Chapter 2 Power in Business
6: In the business world, it is the goal of most companies is to have the best prices, products, and quality. The most powerful companies are more abundant and popular as a result of their power in competition with other companies.
7: Chapter 3 Power in the Military
8: Power plays a huge role in the military. For example, all military personnel have a rank. Their ranks determine their abilities, experience, and leadership powers.
9: Chapter 4 Power in Religion
10: Christianity is a religion that has many powerful leaders who govern the church and preach the word of God. For example, in Catholicism, bishops are responsible of governing, teaching, and sanctifying the faithful of their diocese. Also priests and deacons are responsible for some of the same duties but in smaller, subordinating divisions called parishes.
11: Chapter 5 Power in Sports
12: Power is seen everywhere in sports. For example, rich and powerful families own sports teams. However, on the field, rink, or court is where power is demonstrated the most. Coaches have the power to call plays and approve rosters. Scouts have the power to travel the world to recruit prospects for their team. Team captains are also a great example of power in sports because they usually have the greatest skill and leadership ability which is why such responsibility is given to them.
13: Chris Pronger wears the captain's C for the St. Louis Blues.