Aristotle following the teachings of socrates has global citizenship defined around the idea that "individuals have a duty to people outside their state because of their shared humanity.

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In 1776, a citizen was a person who owned land, or someone who renounced his previous country and swore allegiance to the colonies, or anyone who was living in the colonies at the time when it became independent. In 1870 things were more strict and you had either have been born in the US, or married, or if you lived there for long, or anything similarly hard.
During the time period between 1776 and 1870, the territory of the United States has been broadened by expanding to the west coast, followed by the increase in population up to around 38.5 million. Moreover, the development regarding innovations like in transport along with traveling and communication techniques also appeared. Some of the key events taking place within this time period are Indian and the Spanish-American war, the Texas Revolution, Louisiana Purchase, the purchase of Alaska, the Mexican Cession, etc. The right to vote was applied to all citizens that were male.

The most important event was obviously the American Civil War from 1861-1865. This led to the 14th Amendment which defined a citizen as "any person born or naturalized in the US." The 13th Amendment abolished slavery, and the 15th Amendment prohibits denying the right to vote to someone because of their race.


Other key events include the Louisiana Purchase, the Texas Revolution, The Spanish-American War, the War of 1812, the purchase of Alaska, the Mexican Cession, the Indian Wars, and the California Gold Rush.


Like I said, the right to vote was extended to all male citizens by the 15th Amendment. Women were not given the right to vote until the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920.

Nuremberg Laws

These were anti-Semitic racial laws that deprived German Jews of their citizenship. As a result, the Jews were harassed and subjected to acts of violence. The laws had a devastating effect on the social and economic conditions of the Jewish community

1.How had the size of the United States changed?
- now it expanded to the west coast.

2.How had the population make-up of the United States changed?
- the population of United Stats increased to 38.5 million in 1870

3.What new innovations changed life in the United States? 
- there are innovations in transportation, communication, and traveling. 

4.What key events changed the United States? 
- key events include the Indian Wars, the Texas Revolution, The Spanish-American War, Louisiana Purchase, the purchase of Alaska, the Mexican Cession, the War of 1812.
 
5.How was citizenship defined during each time period? How was enfranchisement (the right to vote) defined?
-the right to vote was extended to all men citizens. 
1. As people began to explore and discover more places what they called the us expanded.
2. The population changed because as people’s health rose, they reproduced and the population expanded. Also, people joined in with them.
3.?
4. The pilgrims showing up changed the us a lot, and everyone joining in changed it. Also, them exploring new places and naming it the USA.
5.back then, to be a citizen it was easier, but you had to be a man.
6. Back then, only men could vote.
1) How had the size of the United States changed?
 It has now expanded to the West coast.

2) How had the population make-up of the United States changed?
 The population of U.S increased to 38.5 million in 1870.

3) What new innovations changed life in the United States? 
 There are innovations in transportation, communication, and traveling. 

4) What key events changed the United States? 
Some key events include the Indian Wars, the Texas Revolution, The Spanish-American War, Louisiana Purchase, the purchase of Alaska, the Mexican Cession, the War of 1812.
 
5) How was citizenship defined during each time period? How was enfranchisement (the right to vote) defined?
The right to vote was extended to all men citizens. 
) The population has increased because of the immigration and slaves. 2) The population grew in leaps and bounds, primarily through immigration. 3) Roads, waterways, railroads, steam boats, and refrigerator railroad cars. 4) * Changes in transportation played a big part in the change of United States. * The change in the industry such as more factories being opened. * Many women had made progress in doing things that men would usually do. * Changes were made to the Constitution. 5) The 14th Amendment had defined a citizen as "any person born or naturalized in the U.S." The 13th Amendment abolished slavery, and the15th Amendment prohibits the right to vote to someone due to their race, color,or servitude.

Aristotle following the teachings of Socrates has global citizenship defined around the idea that "individuals have a duty to people outside their state because of their shared humanity" is a TRUE statement.

Explanation:

Aristotle was a philosopher and a polymath who advocated the idea of global citizenship for he believed that there should be no restrictions on the exhibition of humanity and its traits. He strongly believed that as human beings, we are responsible for rendering services to each other within and beyond the boundaries of the state as only that would help to turn the world into a single large place.

Aristotle following the teachings of Socrates has global citizenship defined around the idea that "individuals have a duty to people outside their state because of their shared humanity" is a TRUE statement.

Explanation:

Aristotle was a philosopher and a polymath who advocated the idea of global citizenship for he believed that there should be no restrictions on the exhibition of humanity and its traits. He strongly believed that as human beings, we are responsible for rendering services to each other within and beyond the boundaries of the state as only that would help to turn the world into a single large place.


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