My Ideal Government Essay

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What is a perfect government? Is it an ideal place for any person? A utopia? Throughout the history of the world, there have been several different forms of government, ranging from monarchies, dictatorships, republics, and even anarchy. Respectively each of these types governments have their best and worst decisions. But, imagine your government falling apart. You then realize that the people and country are affected.
Some people do not know that having a good government is mainly for a person living in that country. Good governed countries keep people from doing criminal acts in their towns. Good government is similar to a bank. The good government pays interest on your savings with them, with the understanding that they can use your money
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The bank is fair and will give certain amounts of your money at a time. The more you take out/use up the less you have. Just like in freedom the more you disrespect your freedom the less you have. Just like in the real world where you can do and say what you want as long as it will not hurt or negatively affect the country in any way. My ideal government would one of the people for the people. To me, if the public could not take part in the decisions that affect their everyday life, and would just have life-altering decisions made for them, would not make sense. I would want to know that I had a say in what goes in my community and country. The freedom to know what is going on in your country, and to give your opinion is all your own only if it doesn’t cause harm. Just like in banks where you can take out the amount of money you want as long as the loss of money will not hurt your budget in the long run. George Washington once said,"the freedom of Speech may be taken away—and, dumb & silent we may be led, like sheep, to the Slaughter.” This shows that if freedom is taken away, specifically freedom of speech, the people will feel lost and confused in their country. They would feel as if the did not have a say in the countries
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