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  • Our Responsibilities As American Citizens
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    Lincoln's Legacy legacy is something that is passed down from a predecessor. Lincoln's legacy is the teachings that he had wanted all of us, as American citizens, to live by. In the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln explained what our responsibilities as American citizens are. His concepts tie all off U.S. history together and aid the prosperity of our country. In the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln stated that all men are created equal. He was restating the beliefs of Thomas Jefferson when Jefferson wrot...
  • Important In Greek Citizens Lives
    761 words
    Ancient Greece Ancient Greece is a peninsula located off the Mediterranean Sea, and is surrounded by several islands. Ancient Greece was made up of different types of government. There were two types of city states an oligarchy, which is ruled by a small group of citizens and a direct democracy ruled by the people. All citizens could make speeches and vote at the Assembly. The Council made up of 500 citizens made new laws which were debated in the Assembly. Only citizens could vote, women, forei...
  • Average Citizen Under Machiavellis System
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    The different political systems which Machiavelli and Rousseau heralded contrasted greatly. Reasons for each of their doctrines were completely different, therefore the style of the institutions vary considerably. However it could be argued that the way of life for an ordinary citizen may not necessarily be as different. This essay intends to show firstly, the reasons behind both writers theories; secondly, the different political systems resulting from these; thirdly, the way of life under each...
  • Natural Born U.S. Citizen
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    When most people think about immigration to the United States, they think of the U.S. as being the "land of opportunity", where they will be able to make all of their dreams come true. For some people, immigration made their lives richer and more fulfilled. This however, was not always the case. A place that is supposed to be a "Golden Land" (Marcus 116) did not always welcome people with open arms. Even after people became legal citizens of the United States, often times the natural born Americ...
  • Our Duty As American Citizens
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    George Washington bravely fought so that our country, The United States of America, could be called a free and independent nation. As American citizens it is our duty and responsibility to use that freedom to better undertsatnd ourselves, our community and our country. There are many ways we can seve our country, which vary from community sevice to serving in the armed forces. The more we contribute to our Nation, the more we are given back. One easy way to take part in our country is to vote. M...

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