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Question: What makes a good citizen?

A good citizen has rights and responsibilities that they should respect and follow. A right is something someone is entitled to, a responsibility is something someone should do. An example of a right and responsibility is people have the right to food rights are often followed by responsibilities, a responsibility that might follow the right to have food is cleaning up your plate and other utensils after having food. A good citizen is encouraged to vote. A citizen has the right to vote. They get to vote for the a president, they can speak their minds on what they believe what a president should do. To be able to speak your mind is a right. A good citizen should stay informed so they will know what president is elected. That is what a good citizen should be doing.

Question: What is goverment and why is it necessary?

What is government and why is it necessary? Government is a system that controls a country, it is necessary because if we didn't have it, there would be chaos and people would not feel safe. If we didn't have government, it would be an anarchy, and there would be no rule of law or constitution. Everyone would not be following the laws and no one would have any rights or privileges. People would just do whatever they wanted and there would be no order. In an anarchy, there is no government so people do not feel safe.Since there are no laws to follow, it means that people do not have to respect other people and no one is there to protect the weaker ones or minority. Government provides order, laws, and safety for a community and it is a necessary part of life.

This is anarchy where there is no order and everyone does whatever they want.

What forces work for and against supranational cooperation among nations? In the supranational cooperation of the EU, there are certain things that can pull together or divide the nations. An example of this is a centripetal force bringing EU countries together is how each country is represented in the Parliament of the supranational government. Every EU country gets a say in what the EU wants to accomplish. The EU has meetings and everyone gets to talk about their country and what is wrong and right about the country. A centrifuge force is the beliefs and culture because everyone has different beliefs and culture. This is centrifuge because if everyone has different beliefs and cultures it is hard to make good decisions because you have to respect what people believe. In conclusion, there are many forces that work for and against supranational cooperation in the European Union.

This is the EU flag.

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