The World According To Ariel A.

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Limited government is different then unlimited government because limited government gives more power to citizens and unlimited government gives almost all the power to the government. Limited government takes away some power from the government and it limits them in what they can do. However it gives more power the citizens. It's effective because the citizens can partly rule themselves and make their own decisions and they have the right of the minority. On the other hand unlimited government is like a dictatorship. The leader limits people's rights and the people need to make sure they follow the rules that the leader tells them to do. Unlimited government is a bad form of government because dictatorship is a very ineffective form of government. Limited government is a more effective and citizens get a say in things they do. However there is a big difference between limited and unlimited government.

This is dictator Kim Jong Un which is a similar situation to unlimited government.

A good citizen has many responsibilities and rights, for example a right they have is that it's their right to petition, and vote. But a responsibility they might have is to do taxes. Rights don't come from laws, laws just inforce your rights. Rights are something that you are born with, that nobody can take away from you. Responsibilities are like chores, someone can ask for someone to do something, but that person doesn't have to do it. It might come with consequences but they are not obligated to do it.

This is the White House where our current president lives.

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