Government is the system of creating, enforcing, and executing laws in a country. Government is responsible for providing services to citizens, such as healthcare, education, and public safety. Citizens can participate in government by voting in elections and attending public meetings.
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Citizen: A person who has legal rights and responsibilities within a political system, such as the United States. Democracy: A system of government in which citizens vote to choose leaders and representatives. Constitution: The set of rules and laws that a government follows to make and carry out decisions.
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The United States is the only country in the world that has a government that is not ruled by a monarchy or dictatorship. The government of the United Kingdom is called the Westminster system and it is the oldest form of government that is still in use today. The United Nations was established in 1945 and is composed of 193 countries that work together to maintain international peace and security.
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What are the 3 branches of government?
What is the purpose of each of the 3 branches of government?
How do the roles of the 3 branches of government interact with each other?
How do the 3 branches of government ensure that our rights as citizens are protected?