The World According To shreya m.

Editorial

Country Profile

Current Events

Bucket List

Q and A

What Forces Work For And Against A Supranation Among Countries?

The centrifugal forces work against the supranational cooperation. One type of centrifugal force is Western Europe. There is a law that people from different countries can work, travel, and live free in other countries. Western Europe is wealthier that Eastern Europe and they fear that immigrants are willing to work for lower wages and bring them down for all. This will affect the countries wealth rate. Another centrifugal force is the language barriers. The supranational cooperation has to translate every document and speech in 20 different languages and this causes more work for the government. It also means that countries will not be able to communicate as easily. There are many centrifugal forces against centripetal forces. In a way the centrifugal forces outweigh centripetal forces.

there are many centrifugal forces

What Is The Difference Between Limited And Unlimited Government?

The difference between unlimited and limited government is that unlimited government has more power than limited government. This is true because limited government has to follow the law and respect people’s rights this means that the government has laws so leaders are unable to do whatever they want. Unlimited government is when the leaders do not respect rights and take control of the whole area. Unlimited government lets the government pass or violate laws and rights whenever they want. Unlimited government has more power that limited government because unlimited government takes control of law and rights.

What Does It Mean To Be A Good Citizen?

Being a good citizen means that we have to follow our responsibilities that the authority gives us. Some responsibilities we have are to pay taxes, and obey the law. As citizens we also have our rights protected or made so we cannot exercise these rights. This is called a law. Some laws that protect our rights are there so we can have freedom of speech, voting, and we can petition. This does not just apply to government. We have rights and responsibilities in homes, schools, and states.

These are some rights that humans have

Made with Adobe Slate

Make your words and images move.

Get Slate

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a Copyright Violation, please follow Section 17 in the Terms of Use.