The world according to Davis P

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Q&A

Q: What makes a good citizen? —-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—A: A good citizenzen has rights and responsibilities. They should follow their rights and do their responsibilities. They should also vote in elections, pay taxes, respect authorities.
Q: What is the difference between limited and unlimited forms of government? -—-—-—-—-—-—-A: Limited governments have some power, but not a lot. Unlimited governments have unlimited power. Dictatorship is an unlimited government because they have complete control over the citizens lives. The citizens often have no rights. The dictator is usually a former soldier that took over the country by force and they forced citizens to give up their rights. Direct and representative democracy are limited government because the people vote to elect the government. the limit consent of the governed makes it so the citizens are choosing to elect that particular person in the government. The constitution also states the limits for the government. So, a limited government is better than an unlimited government because in an unlimited government, the citizens often have no rights. The citizens have rights in a limited government.
Q: What forces work for and against supranational cooperation among nations? -—-—-—-—-—-—A: The Supranational organization, the EU has Both Centripetal and centrifugal forces. A centripetal force is that the borders of some countries are broken so other people can move through them without passports. Those countries are part of the Schengen group. A centrifugal force is that Western Europe is generally more wealthy than Eastern Europe. Western Europe is worried about Eastern European immigrants coming to west Europe and taking their jobs. With a big nation like the EU, there are bound to be centripetal and centrifugal forces. Each one makes the EU what it is today.With a big nation like the EU, there are bound to be centripetal and centrifugal forces. Each one makes the EU what it is today.
Q: How do people adapt to living is a desert region? -—-—-—-—-—-—-—-—A: People adapt to living in the Sahara by growing Cash Crops, living by oases, and by using many natural recourses. People use trees to make stuff that they need to survive. They also use all their resources. People living in the Sahara use date palms to make ropes, and they also use baobab trees and acacia trees. They sell the things they make out of the date palms. People live near oases. Oases have water, and people need water to live. They also make houses out of muddy stuff, and they make windbreakes. People adapt to living in the desert in many ways. They use trees, and live near oases. The people also make windbreaks so their houses don't blow away.
Q: How might having a valuable recourse effect a reigon? -—-—-—-—-—-—A: Having a valuable resource will give the region more money, and there Economy will be stronger. Having a valuable recourse will lower the infant mortality rate and raise the life expectancy. Having a more valuable resource will make more money for the country. When e country has more money, than the healthcare goes up. With more health care, the people will be more healthy, thus lowering the infant mortality rate and raising the life expectancy. Having a valuable recourse can also affect a region by raising its GDP per capita. By raising the per capita, it will make a more developed country. It will make a more developed country because it will mean more money for the people, and because of that, the country will get better jobs and make a more developed country. Having a valuable resource will affect the country in a good way. It will make better jobs and healthcare, and make a more developed country. It will become a better country.
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