Anyone who reads with purpose he or she has not yet defined, as I do, struggles to express the findings such that people can understand the work in progress. I appreciate people and perceive that most persons strive to be appreciated rather than attract hatred. In this expression, "civic" means a citizen who behaves for the people more than for the city. I am not alone. Nelson Mandela said, “People must learn to hate . . . for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” I ask, with such a promising world and nation, why do Americans vie for dominant political opinion rather than collaborate for civic morality? I do not like to pose a question without offering an answer for iterative collaboration: Establishing civic morality has never before been promoted. I think what people want is voluntary public-integrity.