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What makes a good citizen

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To be a good citizen you have to respect your rights and responsibilities. A good citizen stays informed and follows the laws. A right that citizens have is freedom of speech that means people can have petitions as long as they are not affecting others. But the responsibility that you have to get to the petition. Voting is a right but you do not need to vote. A responsibility that you have is to pay your taxes. In conclusion to be a good citizen you have to follow the law and respect the authority of others

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

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Unlimited and limited have different ups and downs for their country's. Unlimited government let's the leader /leaders have more power unlike limited government which lets the leader/leaders have less power.For example, in a dictatorship, a dictator has unlimited power and does what he or she wants. In contrast, in a constitutional monarchy, the queen or king are not in power and their responsibility is to only represent the country in world events. This limits them so they do not abuse power. limited government has less freedom/rights ,unlimited government has more freedom /rights. For example limited government the leader can't decide a law but unlimited government can. In conclusion, limited and unlimited government differ in many ways. They can have more or less freedom,control, rights and power given to the leader/leaders. That is how limited and unlimited government differ.

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