Responsibilities and Duties
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Go to school!
Duty: Going to school. Until age 16, it is required everyone attends school. A democracy is ineligible to process without educated citizens. We need stellar thinking skills for many things, such as who to vote for president.
Always follow court orders and don't forget to appear in court!
Duty: Appearing in court. The Constitution guarantees citizens the right to a fair trial by jury of their peers. If someone is called as a witness, they must appear in court.
Responsibility: Voting. Voting is a very important responsibility. Although it is not required, it is highly recommended. This is because, for instance, if someone decides not to vote, the candidate they dislike has a better possibility of being chosen.
If you're 18 or older, be sure to vote!
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