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    2017 What Role Does Our Civil Liberty and Rights Play In Our Government System? Have you ever put some thought into how our Civil Liberties and Civil Rights work in our system or even attempt to figure out what they are? Our government system comprises Civil Liberties and Rights that are similar in ways and different in others, but one of them can have the most influence on your life. 1 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights are rights that we have as Americans. Civil Liberties are basic rights and freedoms

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    Kapil Thapa Govt. 2305-71013 Professor: Sherry Sharifian 01 Oct. 2017 Civil rights and civil liberties Every citizen of the country is bounded and benefited with the freedom of Civil rights and Civil liberty. Civil right is the right of the citizen to be equally and fairly treated by the government, written in the 14th Amendment. Civil right moment was mainly focused only on the slaved, African American people. Then civil liberties firstly, not only protected the rights of African American people, it

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    Civil Liberties Webster defines civil liberty as a freedom from arbitrary governmental interference specifically by denial of governmental power, and in the United States especially as guaranteed by the bill of rights. Civil liberties are the basic rights, and freedoms that are due to every American citizen. More than often, civil liberties and civil rights are often used synonymously, but those terms are very distinct. A civil rights violation happens during designated situations where a person

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    sometimes be a blurry line to if these ideals are still upheld in a rapidly changing and disunified country. This is where our civil sequences: Liberties and Rights, keep our country intact. 1 Both Civil Liberties and Rights are granted and defined in the Constitution. We must continue enforcing our civil sequences to maintain order for ourselves, our states,

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    Civil rights are not the same as civil liberties … but they should be. Throughout American history the line between civil rights and liberties has been drawn in the sand. American citizens’ civil liberty issues have improved, but not been resolved because people won’t turn back to help the less fortunate, when civil liberties were improved upon the means in getting them were different for each person, and America has a history of preying upon minorities. Powerful people who are not brought down

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    SLO #1 Civil Liberties v Civil Rights Dylan Dang, GOV 2301 In today’s world, a country’s government has a monumental impact on how society functions. Without a balance of power between the government and the people, a country can fall into chaos and disarray. The same can be said for when citizens disagree with the government’s decisions but are silenced, never having a voice. This can be seen with the protesters in Catalonia, with a plethora of media online posting photos of riot police beating

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    Civil rights are not the same thing as civil liberties … but they should be. Throughout American history the line between civil rights and liberties has been drawn in the sand. American citizens’ civil liberty issues have improved, but not been resolved because people won’t turn back to help the less fortunate, when civil liberties were improved upon the means in getting them were different for each person, and America has a history of preying upon minorities. People who are not brought down by

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    Civil Liberties

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    Civil liberties are “The personal freedom of individuals that are protected from the government” and Civil rights are the “protection of historically disadvantaged groups from infringement of their equality rights by discriminatory sections”(pg. 497) “A Time for Justice” is all about the civil rights and how African Americans fought for the end of segregation. First it starts in 1955 with a child just talking to a white woman in the south and the next night he was killed. The white men who killed

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    it raises issues of civil liberties. Digital information that is provided by social media or the sensors of the internet of things is combined with criminal data by companies that sell this information to law enforcement agencies. The American Civil Liberties Union, based on reports, said that the Chicago Police Department are using a computer analysis to create a “heat list” that is unfairly associated with innocent people with criminal behavior. The American Civil Liberties Union also warned the

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    American people civil liberties. These liberties have given citizens rights to speak, believe, and act freely. The Constitution grants citizens the courage to express their mind about something they believe is immoral or unjust. The question is, how far are citizens willing to extend the meanings of these liberties? Some people believe that American citizens take advantage of their civil liberties, harming those around them. On the contrary, many other people feel that civil liberties are necessary

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