A person with certain rights and duties under a government.
To have gone through the process of becoming a citizen.
A citizen of one country who lives in another country.
People who are chosen to speak and act for their fellow citizens in a government.
Jury of Peers
A group of ordinary citizens who hear a court case and decide whether the accused person is innocent or guilty.
People who have seen events or hear conversations related to a court case, or who have special information that may help settle a case.
The Common Good
The well-being of all members of society.
A person running for office.
Rule of Law
The concept of a government of laws.
People who move from one country to make their homes in another.
An official count of the population made every then years to final out how many representatives each state should have.
Data relating to the population and particular groups within it.
Certain ideas that people trust are true.
Standards of behavior; guidelines for how people should treat each other.
The condition of everyone having the same rights and opportunities.
The ability to say what you want, go where you want, and do what you want.
Fairness; the idea that every person deserves to be treated fairly.