What are some ways people understood citizenship in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries? Which of these ways seems most convincing?
You can talk about birthright citizenship and the fourteenth amendment, definitions of citizenship that involve labor or consumption of goods, definitions of citizenship that revolve around access to voting, etc.
- Do write at least 250 words.
- Do use your own words (0-1 reference)
- Do focus on the past and what you know about it.