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Which of the following is a responsibility of citizens? a. home ownership c. educational participation b. jury duty d. getting a driver license
Jury duty is a responsibility of citizens.
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This item represents one of the greatest sources of power for a president. a. strong popular support c. political party affiliation b. support of foreign countries d. military support
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What is not part of the foundations of democracy? a. equality of all persons c. majority rules, minority rights b. worth of the individual d. lack of individual freedom
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Lack of individual freedom is not part of the foundations of democracy.
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