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Enough is Enough

Read each scenario listed on the attached worksheet and write what is enough to do if you want to be a responsible citizen.

After completing the attached worksheet, discuss with your teacher and classmates what is enough when trying to be a responsible citizen.

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Citizenship is in a certain sense a full-time job. Which is why it is hard, because Americans also have other jobs - they've got families, they've got to earn a living. Citizenship is, at its best, a full-time job. It means taking ongoing responsibility for all of the communities in which you live: your family, your neighborhood, your church, your school, your synagogue, the town, the state, the nation, and of course increasingly now we talk about a genuine responsibility to the whole globe environmentally as well. Those are tremendous responsibilities and they do make a person pay a real price.



*Citizenship section select ideas derived from Citizenship, Learning to Live as Responsible Citizens, published by Good Apple, Inc.

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