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Citizenship

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What happens to Citizens who do not fulfill their civic duties? They could face legal consequences
The right protected in the First Amendment, which guarantees the right to contact public officials to make views known is - Petition
An important goal of the First Amendment regarding religion is - the free exercise of religion
When Martha votes in the presidential election, she is exercising her - Civic Responsibility
What First Amendment freedom is being exercised when citizens march in protest? Assembly
Civic duties are: Required actions
Civic responsibilities are: Voluntary actions
An individual who has certain rights and duties under a government, and owes allegiance to that government, is known as - A citizen
The Amendment that describes U.S. citizenship and due process rights 14th Amendment
The amendment that protects the free exercise of religion First Amendment
The last step of the naturalization process Take the oath of allegiance
The principle that the United States government must respect all of a person's legal rights is - Due process
Registering and vote is the responsibility of a Citizen
Created by: mstowle
 

 



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