Over time, there have been an infinite amount of governments created, destroyed, and rebuilt. Ideals change every year with every new individual or group of individuals in charge of said government, changing the effect on its society. Focusing on the American government, there is the main and constant idea of one’s birthright to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”. With the United States’ current federal republic, there are many branches and positions that are divided in matters of importance. In the government a...
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...rotection. When a human is stripped of their rights by a political determination, they are no longer under the government’s protection. This is exhibited with the right of asylum that so many can no longer seem to obtain. The right of asylum is simply the ability of a persecuted person to be protected by another country when they are exiled from their own. Countries are now deeming themselves unavailable to provide care for these exiled peoples, denying the right of asylum to countless numbers of people. This shows the political individual, an involved citizen with abilities to make choices and obey or disobey man made laws, having immeasurable power over one who is not, and cannot be, a citizen at all. Thus, the true power one person holds is in the power of a man before them, giving them the power of whether or not they are human in any given situation or location.
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