How did napoleon's actions spark nationalism across europe?
something currently happening on the news is information about another possible us-north korea summit.
another is that venezuela's government is trying to pull itself together after juan guaido declared himself leader of the country even though nicolas maduro is technically the president.
in those regions there was no water and little rainfall it made it hard to settle and travel but that was what kept invaders out.
d. ottoman empire is the answer
it seems that forty or fifty years ago the idea of what was a ‘good citizen’ was clearer than today.
‘good citizens” were individuals who did not pursue only their own interest, but also felt responsible for the fate of the whole society. they followed public affairs, were involved in political campaigns, voted, participated in voluntary organizations and were law-abiding.
today few people have confidence in the political system.
in your opinion, then, what does it mean to be a ‘good citizen’ these days? is this concept already part of the past?