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Civic Vocab.

Assembly Right to meet with others to discuss your beliefs, ideas, or feelings.
Expression When you communicate your beliefs, ideas, or feelings to others.
Petition The right to ask your government to correct things that you think are wrong, or to do things you believe are needed.
Press The right to read and write whatever you wish.
Speech The right to talk about your beliefs, ideas, or feelings.
Citizen A member of a group that governs itself.
Immigrants People who come to live in a country from other countries.
Naturalization The process that people go through to become a member of a country if they weren't born there.
Laws Written rules that are made and enforced by governments.
Bill of Rights The first ten amendments of the US Constitution, which includes guarantees of individual rights.
Responsibilities Things you ought to do.
Voting Making a choice about something.
Civic Duty A responsibility of a citizen.
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