anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the difference between civic duty and civic responsibility
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tanya123
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A civic responsibility is something that you should do as a citizen. This can include recycling (to leave the nation intact for our children), volunteering, or help other citizens. A civic duty is something that each citizen owes their nation, whether it's participating in the democratic process (voting), abiding the law, or paying taxes.

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