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Q: Which of the following is an example of government affecting citizens' daily lives? (3 points)Voting booths are set up at a library. Local doctors speak to a citizen group. A local group organizes a
park cleanup. Road traffic is heaviest in the afternoon.
A: An example of government affecting citizens' daily lives is Road traffic is heaviest in the afternoon.
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User: The idea of the social contract is that a government is only legitimate if it has (3 points)limited rights for the governed. restrictions on democracy. consent of the governed. indirect democracy.

User: Which of the following is an example of government affecting citizens' daily lives? (3 points)Voting booths are set up at a library. Local doctors speak to a citizen group. A local group organizes a park cleanup. Road traffic is heaviest in the afternoon.

Weegy: An example of government affecting citizens' daily lives is Road traffic is heaviest in the afternoon.
bonaxle|Points 714|

User: Republic means the same as (3 points)individual rights. direct democracy. consent of the governed. representative democracy.

User: Thalina wishes to become a U.S. citizen. Which of the following is true? (3 points)The first thing she must do is complete a test on the country's history and government. Once she has sworn an oath of loyalty, she can then be interviewed for naturalization. She must be a legal resident for five years before she can apply for naturalization. After she applies for naturalization, she can apply for a permanent residency visa.

Weegy: Thalina wishes to become a U.S. citizen. She must be a legal resident for five years before she can apply for naturalization, this is a TRUE statement- -
vanilla2bean|Points 3517|

User: Which of the following is a true statement about immigration in the U.S.? (3 points)Millions of illegal immigrants are in the country and have no desire to become legal citizens. Congress established stricter rules for naturalization to make legal citizenship more difficult. Americans worry about immigrants' rights and disagree on policies for illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants can obtain legal citizenship with a modified process in many states.

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