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ConstitutionHandbook

Rights and Citizen Participation

TermDefinition
American Citizen's Rights - Due Process The government must follow procedures established by law and guaranteed by the Constitution. They must treat all people by these principles.
American Citizen's Rights - Equal Protection All people regardless of age, race religion, or beliefs are to be treated the same under the law. The 14th amendment require this of all states.
American Citizen's Rights - Basic Freedoms These are freedoms covered under the 1st amendment. The freedoms are : freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and the right to petition.
American Citizen's Rights - Limits on Rights The government can make laws or rules to protect the health, safety, security, and moral standards of a community. Rights can be limited so that one person's rights do not interfere with another person's rights.
Citizen Participation - Duties 1) Obey the laws 2) pay taxes 3) Defend the nation 4) Serve in court 5) attend school
Citizen Participation - Responsibilities 1) Be informed and vote 2) Participate in your community and government 3) respect the rights and property of others 4) respect different opinions and ways of life
Created by: mshellabarger