marshall - 00:39 Marshall:CitizenshipandSocialClass

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00:39 Marshall: Citizenship and Social Class Dividing citizenship into three parts: Civil, political, social Civil element Composed of the rights necessary for individual freedom Right to work and follow occupation of choice Freedom of speech, right to own property, right to justice Free from government intervention, free to compete in market Civil rights most directly related to courts of justice Gives each man, as part of his individual status, the power to engage as an  independent unit in the economic struggle Political element Right to participate in the exercise of political power Corresponding institutions are parliament and councils of local government Social element Right to a minimum standard of living, right to be protected in case of accidents, right to  be taken care of in old age Education
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course GOVT 1615 taught by Professor Hendrix,b during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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