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PolySci21ALec3 - PolySciLec3 4/7/09 Citizen of 2...

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PolySciLec3 4/7/09 Citizen of 2 governments 1. National government 2. State Government When the country was first founded and constitution was first established. States were the central governing body. State affiliations are not nearly as strong as state affiliations Flags for identity in war – raise the flag to identify who was friendly and who was the enemy Why do we have a flag for California and one for Nevada? We needed state flags when we were at were with the british, it was to identify who was who. Also, it was states vs. federal. Tennessee would food to guys from Tennessee, not to the guys from the New York… There is really no difference between the states… National Citizenship and state citizenship You have 2 coexisting governmental relationships and rights, one with states, one with the federal government. All states have to recognize your license and right to drive… If you are gay and get married in Vermont, Iowa or any other state that recognizes gay
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course PS 21A taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at UC Irvine.

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PolySci21ALec3 - PolySciLec3 4/7/09 Citizen of 2...

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