The World According to Chase H.

Editorial

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Q & A

What makes a good citizen?

To be a good citizen, you must have responsibilities in order to follow the law. For example if there is a fine for littering, that is your responsibility to follow it. Good citizens also have to be informed of what you should do. For example a good citizen would vote because it helps the country choose leaders. In conclusion a good citizen should know their rights, responsibilities, and stay informed of what's going on in order to follow the law and help their country.

Voting Booth

What is the difference between limited and unlimited government?

There is a difference between unlimited and limited government for the amount of power they have. Limited government has rules and can't do anything they want. For an example, take the US we have a limited government. Because our leaders can't do whatever they want. We have a limited government. Unlimited government can do whatever they want, and no one can stop them. For example, dictatorship is unlimited because there is nothing anyone can stop the dictator. Also North Korea is an example of unlimited government. Limited and unlimited government are different in looking of the power the government has and the “say” people have.

Limited Government

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