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What is the most effective form of government?

The most effective style of government is democracy. Democracy gives all the power to its citizens by allowing them to vote for the elected officials and on laws for their society. In representative democracy citizens choose a representative to represent an idea of theirs and direct democracy citizens can vote on laws and issues that they care about themselves without representative. Democracies protect people's freedoms and rights unlike in an autocracy where one person has all the power, usually a dictator or monarch. A dictator might not represent their citizens and usually they don't care about citizen rights. Democracy's citizens have rights that are protected by the government. For example, If citizens don't like what their representatives are doing they can vote in new ones. They can sue the government if they feel that laws that are being passed are against their rights. Allowing citizens to have all the power is effective because they get a say in everything and the people feel their rights are protected.

Response: A citizen is a person of a state who should obey the laws, help society and participate in government processes like voting. A good citizen will pay taxes on things that they purchase and things that they own like their house, or apartment because taxes go to the government and they help pay for roads and important things for communities.. A good citizen also has responsibilities to be informed about what is going on in the area that they live in. Good citizens must respect other citizens authority. A good citizen follows laws and social laws made in their community.


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