American citizens have many rights, including freedom of worship, freedom of expression, and the right to a trial by jury. Along with these rights go certain responsibilities, including supporting and defending the Constitution, serving for jury duty when requested, and obeying and respecting the law.
There are many rights and responsibilities provided to every US citizen by the Constitution. Some examples of these rights and responsibilities include the right to vote, the right to stay informed, the performance of jury duty, and the obligation to obey the laws.
A responsible citizen would vote. follow the law, and plenty more.
Major Principles of the Constitution, Legislative Branch, The Executive Branch, The Judicial Branch, Rights of American Citizens, & Citizens' Responsibilities.
Rights: freedom of speech, worship, and choice of job; Responsibilities: obey the law, vote, take part in government, pay taxes, and respect rights of others
what is the differences between rights and responsibilities
They have nothing
people had the right to vote
obey the law
If you are a citizen then you are a citizen and have the same rights (and responsibilities) as all other citizens.
love each other
I believe it has to do with my dick in your mouth.
personal freedom is limited by responsibility to the group
They both have the rights to vote,freedom of speech,and the press. :)
One of a U.S. citizens rights is freedom to worship as you wish.