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The ?Edmundite Tradition? closely mirrors many of Robert Putnam?s recurring themes throughout his entire dissertation on America?s declining social trends. The ?Edmundite Tradition? embodies exactly what Putnam describes as the pitfall of America. As Americans we moved away from the goals and ideals of our predecessors. We have shifted our focus from the well being of the community to the well being of ourselves. By shifting our focus from we have let our social capital diminish, while the facts and figures in Bowling Alone, suggest many different trends and reasons for the social capital deficit of the 21st century, we cannot assume all people are anti-community or self centered, most people realize the need for community involvement, on all levels (religion, politics, education etc.) but for one reason or another lack the time and resources to devote a large portion of their daily life to what seemingly is their civic duty. Places like Saint Michael?s incorporate these ideals of civic responsibility in to the education they provide their students.
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