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chapter one

i duno

civics the study of the rights and duties of citizens
citizenship the idea of being a citizen
service economy An economy or the sector of an economy that is based on trade in services
values the things you think about when making a choice or judgment.
popular sovereignty government by consent of the governed.
institutions sets of ideas the people have about relationships, obligations, roles, and functions.
naturalization becoming a citizen by being born in this country.
aliens non-citizens that live here
immigrants people who move permanently to a new country.
deport sending them back to their own country.
government the ruling authority for a community.
public policy course of government actions to achieve community
budget a plan for collecting and spending money.
direct democracy when citizens met to debate government matter and vote.
representative democracy when the people choose what people represent.
republic terms representative democracy.
monarchy describes a government
majority rule citizens agree that when differences of opinion arise.
authoritarian power is held by an individual or a group not accountable to the people.
totalitarian when the government's control extends to almost almost all aspects of people's lives.
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