Ch 60: U.S. Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities

About This Chapter

Study the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship at your leisure using this informative chapter as your guide. You'll find user-friendly lessons and handy self-assessment quizzes you can use to prepare for a test, catch up in class or get help with a term paper.

U.S. Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities - Chapter Summary

Our engaging chapter covers the responsibilities and rights associated with United States citizenship. Each lesson covers a different topic, including the naturalization process, the importance of freedom of speech and what it means to take the fifth or fourteenth amendment. This chapter is designed to help you do the following:

  • Discuss the rights of U.S. citizens
  • Detail the limitations of freedom of assembly, press and speech
  • Outline due process and taking the fifth and fourteenth amendments
  • Explain the equal protection clause in the fifth and fourteenth amendments

Take as much time as you need to work the lessons. Before moving on to other lessons or topics, you may find taking the quiz included with each lesson is a helpful way to assess your understanding. Help can be found from our subject experts just a few clicks away if you need clarification on any of these citizenship concepts.

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