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Citizen A member of an official political body, such as a nation or a state.
immigrant a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence also referred to as an alien
Resident Aliens People living legally in the United States but are not citizens
Law of the Blood Principle in which citizenship is determined by parentage rather than by place of birth
Law of the Soil Principle in which citizenship is determined by place of birth
Naturalized Citizen A person who is not born a U.S. citizen who goes through the legal process of becoming a U.S. citizen.
Oath A formal pledge or promise
Allegiance Loyalty to a person, country or belief
rights A citizen’s freedoms that are protected by law
responsibility Something a citizen should do
obligation something a citizen is required to do by law
Civic Virtue A citizen’s commitment to democratic ideals, practices and to good character in everyday life.
Civic Engagement The way that citizens interact with government around issues of public concern.
Common Good beliefs or actions that are seen as a benefit to the larger community rather than individual interests Also known as public good
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We the People 1787 fewer than 4 million people in 13 states 1800 over 5 million people in 17 states 2006 about 296 million people in 50 states.
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