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Citizenship copy - Now replaced by the freedom to contract...

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Bellamy Chapter 3 Exclusion is both necessary and inevitable in citizenship o Dedication-without it, there is no community Public good Participation o Buttresses the legitimacy of the polity o The more the merrier Obedience/loyalty Self-sacrificing o Willingness to give up resources o Willingness to allow other ideas to take precedence over your own Military Service o Can be replaced Diplomacy-lessen tensions between nations Commercialism-interdependence between countries Equality-less tension between classes o Independence Secured by landed property
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Unformatted text preview: Now replaced by the freedom to contract with others o Backed up by rights Self-sovereignty Literacy Necessity of universal public education Judgment o Investment Landed property Worked around by taxes Nationality (birth) Take a naturalization test Marry someone Family/kin Stakes Interests Global Citizenship Things to consider when looking at data for the final: Conditions and characteristics of citizenship, what sort of arguments can be made...
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course POLI 055 taught by Professor Leonard during the Spring '11 term at UNC.

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