by Eloise Paananen (1992-10-03) School & Library Binding – 1847.
The Military: Defending the Nation (Good Citizenship) by Eloise Paananen (1992-10-03) School & Library Binding – 1847.
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Good citizenship' is when one properly fulfills their role as a citizen. There are many opinions as to what constitutes a good citizen. Theodore Roosevelt said, "The first requisite of a good citizen in this Republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his weight. Education is sometimes viewed as a prerequisite to good citizenship, in that it helps citizens make good decisions and deal with demagogues who would delude them.
Explain what citizenship in the nation means and what it takes to be a good citizen of this country. Discuss the rights, duties, and obligations of a responsible and active American citizen.
Defending the Nation (Good Citizenship Library). Published November 1992 by Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers.
Citizenship is a privilege that offers the extraordinary opportunity to be a. .★ Defend the country if the need should arise. This support could include defending the Nation through military, noncombatant, or civilian service
Citizenship is a privilege that offers the extraordinary opportunity to be a part of the governing process. Former Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis once said, The only title in our democracy superior to that of President the title of citizen. In the United States, the power of government comes directly from the people. The Armed Forces of the United States, the military, is currently an all-volunteer force. This support could include defending the Nation through military, noncombatant, or civilian service. Navy pilots across the tail of an F6F Hellcat on board the USS Lexington, November 1943.
Second, how are we to understand the relation between citizenship and nationality under conditions of pluralism? The third section discusses the challenges which globalisation poses to theories of citizenship. These theories have long taken for granted the idea that citizenship’s necessary context is the sovereign, territorial state. This premise is being increasingly contested by those who question the state’s right to determine who is accepted as a member and/or claim that citizenship can be meaningful beyond the boundaries of the nation-state.