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What makes a good citizen?

Paying Taxes

To be a good citizen, you have to be aware of your rights and your responsibilities. Paying your taxes and obeying the laws, both social laws and political laws are examples of responsibilities. It is a responsibility to pay taxes because the taxes get used to pay for schools and things in your town. It is also a responsibility to obey the law because laws keep citizens in your country safe. So to be a good citizen, you have to know what you have to do, and what you should do.

What is the difference between limited and unlimited forms of government?

Unlimited Government

What is the difference between limited and unlimited forms of government? The difference between limited and unlimited forms of government is the amount of power the government has in each form.In a limited government, the government doesn’t have too much power and respects everyone’s rights. Things that make a limited government is for them to have separation power, rights of the minority, the rule of law, a Constitution and to have consent of the governed. One example of a limited government is the government of the USA. Like rule of law says that even the government have to follow the laws. Nobody is above the law. In an unlimited government, the government has most of the power and doesn’t always respect everyone’s rights.In an unlimited government, one of the five rules used to make sure that government doesn't have too much power is missing. So that means that the government has as much power as they like. Usually, an autocracy is an unlimited government because people like control and power and there is only one person in control. One example of an unlimited government is when Hitler ruled Germany, he had complete control over Germany. Like if they didn't have the rule of law, then the government could do whatever they wanted to because there is no law that they have to follow.So the difference between a limited and unlimited forms of government is the amount of power, control and limits they have.

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