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the story told in this book is of a form of sociopolitical identity surviving from c.700 BC to AD 2000 by processes of continual metamorphosis. There is no reason why citizenship should not continue to adapt and survive.
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 3252-54 | Added on Monday, November 21, 2011, 04:36 PM
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the story told in this book is of a form of sociopolitical identity surviving from c.700 BC to AD 2000 by processes of continual metamorphosis. There is no reason why citizenship should not continue to adapt and survive.
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 3252-54 | Added on Monday, November 21, 2011, 04:36 PM
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Robespierre, sought, admittedly unsuccessfully, to add to the 1793 Jacobin Declaration of Rights the following article: Men of all countries are brothers, and the different peoples must help one another according to their ability, as though they were citizens of one and the same State. (Bouloiseau et al., 1952, p. 469)
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 2412-14 | Added on Thursday, November 10, 2011, 11:55 AM
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Robespierre, sought, admittedly unsuccessfully, to add to the 1793 Jacobin Declaration of Rights the following article: Men of all countries are brothers, and the different peoples must help one another according to their ability, as though they were citizens of one and the same State. (Bouloiseau et al., 1952, p. 469)
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 2412-14 | Added on Thursday, November 10, 2011, 11:55 AM
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It would be better, for the sake of linguistic clarity, to call the first passive rights, and the second active rights. All the inhabitants of a country ought to enjoy within it the passive rights of a citizen; all have a right to the protection of their person, of their property, of their liberty, etc.; but all do not have a right to take an active part in the formation of public powers: not all are active citizens... those who contribute nothing to the support of the public establishment, ought not to exercise an active influence on the public weal. (quoted, Forsyth, 1987, pp. 117-18)
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It would be better, for the sake of linguistic clarity, to call the first passive rights, and the second active rights. All the inhabitants of a country ought to enjoy within it the passive rights of a citizen; all have a right to the protection of their person, of their property, of their liberty, etc.; but all do not have a right to take an active part in the formation of public powers: not all are active citizens... those who contribute nothing to the support of the public establishment, ought not to exercise an active influence on the public weal. (quoted, Forsyth, 1987, pp. 117-18)
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The guilds, therefore, though strictly speaking economic and not civic institutions, came to exercise wide power over municipal affairs.
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 1137-38 | Added on Sunday, October 30, 2011, 10:02 AM
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The guilds, therefore, though strictly speaking economic and not civic institutions, came to exercise wide power over municipal affairs.
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All citizens had the right to attend meetings of the Assembly: this was the fundamental feature of Athenian democracy ? direct involvement, not the election of representatives.
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All citizens had the right to attend meetings of the Assembly: this was the fundamental feature of Athenian democracy ? direct involvement, not the election of representatives.
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 665-67 | Added on Friday, October 28, 2011, 02:11 PM
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Athens The reformers
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Athens The reformers
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Athenian democracy in practice
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Athenian democracy in practice
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 613-14 | Added on Friday, October 21, 2011, 10:17 AM
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three basic principles which underlay Athenian democracy. These were: the ideal of equality, the enjoyment of liberty, and the belief in participation.
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 581-82 | Added on Friday, October 21, 2011, 10:12 AM
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three basic principles which underlay Athenian democracy. These were: the ideal of equality, the enjoyment of liberty, and the belief in participation.
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The principles of Athenian democracy
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 578-79 | Added on Friday, October 21, 2011, 10:11 AM
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The principles of Athenian democracy
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Day-to-day administration was in the hands of 1,200 magistrates (civil officials), the great majority of whom were chosen by lot from those citizens who stood for office. Impersonal lottery was thought preferable to election because it eliminated the possibility of bribery, which is corrosive of democratic
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 678-80 | Added on Friday, October 21, 2011, 04:21 PM
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Day-to-day administration was in the hands of 1,200 magistrates (civil officials), the great majority of whom were chosen by lot from those citizens who stood for office. Impersonal lottery was thought preferable to election because it eliminated the possibility of bribery, which is corrosive of democratic
Heater - A brief history of citizenship 3 - - Highlight Loc. 678-80 | Added on Friday, October 21, 2011, 04:21 PM
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