How Has Citizenship Changed Over Time

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The definition of Citizenship has now been a citizen who is fully recognised by a state as being a member of the state. They have a legal status within a state, certain rights, and they are expected to perform duties. Citizenship has changed over time because you have to be born in the United States to be gain it. You gain the rights to vote in the U.S.. Which means that you since you born in the U.S. you can vote while people who were not born in the U.S. cannot vote. You also get to apply for certain government jobs. That means that you have certain citizenship responsibilities. It has changed over time because in the 1800s, only 80% of men were allowed to vote. Now days we only have 60% of men that vote. Another reason it has changed is
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