The World According To Erik L.

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What does a good citizen look like

A good citizen is a person who respects the rights and responsibilities of all people. They do this because it is the correct thing to do, it is a social responsibility which is something you should do. These people also pay taxes because it is a personal responsibility which is something you have to do. These are some basic pointers on how to be a good citizen.

What makes a good athlete

A good athlete is someone who is fit has great physical ability but is also a good person. These people need to be very fit because the sport that they do requires great physical ability and having great physical ability requires being fit. These people also need to have good. Sportsmanship or else nobody will like them and they will never get anywhere unless they become nice and friendly. There are many aspects to being a good athlete but these are three very important ones.

EU essential question

the EU has many centripetal forces working for it, and centrifugal forces working against its supranational cooperation.the EU has many centripetal forces working for it, and centrifugal forces working against its supranational cooperation.when people have power they begin to get greedy and refuse to give up power and want more power, the problem with this is that once people get power they don't want to join the EU for fear of losing the power. This a centrifugal force because it is forcing Europe in two very different directions.there are some benefits to being in the EU such as the trading and protection, many small countries who have little power will join because they don't have anything to lose and everything to gain.when countries join they a lot of benefits for their country and its people, the more countries the stronger the EU gets the more it can help your country and provide stronger protection and have more trading opportunities. they are a trade block and there are no tariffs which is a major benefit for everybody.there are many different centripetal and centrifugal forces working for and against the EU and its wanting to help Europe.

Africa essential question

there are many ways that people will adapt to desert life.one way the people of the desert have adapted is making the switch from wood to coal for fuel. They are. Making the switch because they need the trees to hold the ground together and prevent a dust bowl. Also the trees give oxygen which we need to survive.people have switched to coal because it has little smoke and doesn't take down the trees, that are very important. If the take down all the trees they will have more sand and that is bad.another way people have adapted is by altering clothing. What they do is they have long cloaks that cover their whole body so their is little exposure to the sun.people do this because if the get exposed to the sun they can get skin cancer wich can be fatal because there is little medicine here.many people have adapted in many different ways in Africa.

Sw and Central Asia essential question

be useful in many different ways. one way having petroleum oil can positively effect a riegon is wealth. The crude oil that comes out of the oil reserves is very valuable and expensive once refined. Riegons that have this oil can become very wealthy from selling oil. one example of wealth for petroleum rich countries is the Saudi royal family. They are some of the richest people in the world. For example they spent 800 million on vacation and 10 million on fresh flowers every day. Once the Saudi prince installed an elevator to get to the beach because he didn't want to walk down. one way having petroleum oil reserves can negatively affect countries is war and wealth distribution. Most oil rich countries do not give the oil money to the poor people in their country. It is usually that the wealthy people benefit and the poor (which is majority) get nothing or very little.e example is the gulf war many countries got involved to protect the oil having oil can benefit and negatively effect a country

Dictators

Dictatorship is the most effective form of government.

In dictatorship there is nobody to challenge his or her decisions so they are made very quickly. Nobody can stop them. They have an unlimited government.an example of this is one of the first decisions hitler made when he came to power. Hitler immediately started building a massive army. Nobody was in his way or challenged his decision because he had so much power.they also do not have rule of law so hitler could do whatever he wanted to do he could sentence a random person he saw on the street to death, he could burn down his mom's house and take money from people.

there is dictatorship the people have little rights therefore there will be limited riots and rebellions. this happened in Germany the first couple weeks were very quiet because Hitler. had not done anything crazy yet.the people have little rights so there is nothing they can do about what happens in the government. So if hitler declared war on Jupiter and mars then every body would just have to go along with him.

dictatorship is a very controlling government that makes decisions quickly, although it has its perks it also has incredible drawbacks such as the people having no rights, no say in government, being forced to do things,no constitution or separation of power. No rights of the minority.

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