Political Biography Essay

1600 Words Oct 16th, 2010 7 Pages
Conor Samuels
9 March 2010
Professor Simon
PSC 101

Political Autobiography In my life I have never had any political enforcement or strict religious influence. My parents were very lenient when it came too political preaching. I was taught to be a caring and respectful individual. My political understanding and beliefs have been molded from my early political memories and socialization experiences. As a young adult I have always strived to become knowledgeable about political ideals mainly because I was never really taught to believe in something specific. I eventually was drawn towards many different social and political perspectives, which is how I came to a logical conclusion of how I view the world politically
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He taught me to view economics in more of a progressive conservative perspective. Subsequently I have attained a conservative approach to how I spend and choose to invest my money. At a young age I learned to live beneath my means and save a portion of my income to create an estate for future investments. Gaining financial knowledge as a child has developed how I view the world politically and socially. By the time I was in high school I had already been through some political socialization. I had a general idea of how I viewed the world politically. Due to my families influence I had a basic comprehension of what should be valued. I was always trying to attain new information about what was happening internationally. I never had the idea that what I knew was inevitably right and I should not change my beliefs. By interacting with knowledgeable teachers and students I was able to evolve my political understanding. I took what I learned from my parents as a child and combined those values with what I was learning in school to really develop a political and social understanding. I never wanted to limit myself to one source of information. Diversification is extremely important not only in finances but where one gathers information as well. In school I was not influenced by my friends opinions on politics and worldly matters. This was primarily due to the fact that I knew all they understood was

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