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What makes a good citizen?

A good citizen is a person who obeys the laws of his country, contributes to society and participates in public affairs with wisdom. A good citizen is someone who respects others and their property and their own responsibilities. A good citizen is helpful and considerate, (willing to put others first). A good citizen listens to the views of others and thinks about what they have to say. A good citizen wouldn't just yell FIRE! In a movie theatre even though they would be exercising the right for freedom of speech. They would not be doing the protect public safety responsibility which might cause them some social problems. In conclusion, rights and responsibilities need to not outweigh one another so the society can be stable.

What do you think is the most effective style of government and why?

Representative democracy is the most effective style of government. Representative democracy allows the citizens to choose a leader to govern them the way they want to be governed. In the u.s every four years the citizens elect a president to lead them the way that they want to be led. Representative democracy has limited government. separation of power is a way of expressing a limited government because it makes sure no person or group gets too much control. Representative democracy is effective because the citizens have a lot of say in the government and can decide how they want it to be run.

Photo #1 credits: http://www.lulu.com/blog/2016/11/and-the-winner-is-the-45-presidents/

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