What does it mean to be a citizen? Learn about all the rights and responsibilities that come with being a United States citizen in this enlightening edition of CLICK Magazine.
U.S. citizens enjoy the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to petition the government. U.S. citizens also have responsibilities. They are expected to vote, pay taxes, and serve on a jury if called. Learn how citizenship in America compares to the rights and responsibilities of citizens in other countries and uncover the fascinating history of what it took to get all citizens equal rights. Get introduced to our legal system and why voting matters and find out how to become a model citizen by volunteering for your community. You’ll also learn the ins and outs of our tax system and the path it takes for a person to become a U.S. citizen. Games, quizzes, cartoons, and more complete this edition of COBBLESTONE Magazine, making it as enjoyable as it is educational.
Enjoy features including:
· Meet the Citizens! by Marcia Amidon Lusted
· Extending the Right to Vote by Emily Claypool
· It’s Okay to Disagree by Ruth Tenzer Feldman
· Taxes: The Price of Citizenship by Kathiann M. Kowalski
· The Path to Become an American by Sherrill Kushner
· The Juror’s Job by Danielle Olander
· Start Your Civic Career as a Volunteer by Peg Lopata
· You Can Do It! by Molly and Colonel Crow
Regular features of COBBLESTONE Magazine include: Did You Know, Going Global, Freeze Frame, Your Letters, Just for Fun, Dr. D’s Mystery Hero, Spotlight On…, Say What? and Cartoon Connection.