Citizenship and Public Ethics: A Look at the “Rock the Vote” Non-profit Government Agency

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Citizenship and public ethics: a look at a Non-profit government agency (Rock the Vote) and other things
This paper examines a non-profit government agency; in this instance, the agency under discussion is “Rock the Vote.” As most people are aware, a non-government agency is a legally constituted, non-governmental organization created by natural or legal persons with no participation or representation from any government. This paper looks at the aforementioned agency’s approach to citizen participation and relates this to the literature pertaining to particular aspects of citizen participation. The paper also reviews the naturalization process by interviewing the public officials involved and some recently naturalized citizens – relating...
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