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Lecture 5

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Jane Dickson

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10: Citizenship: Who Belongs? Who is Protected? B) Citizenship and Social Class There is a kind of basic equality being a member of a community Citizenship can be divided into 3 parts: • Civil: composed of the rights necessary for individual freedom • Political: the right to participate in the exercise of political power • Social: a range from the right to a modicum of economic welfare and security to the right to share to the full in the social heritage and to live the life of a civilized being The establishment of law- being laws of freedom for the individual The right to work was denied by both the statute and custom; not said to be an offence against the liberty of the subject and a menace to the prosperity of the nation The story of political rights was the granting of old rights to new sections of the population The Poor Law- that accepting relief must cross the road that separa
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