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28 November, 12:05

According to President Roosevelt, voting is considered to be

A. a responsibility that is central to our system of government

B. a responsibility of elected government officials

C. a duty that is required by law

D. a duty of only a few selected citizens

The answer is A.

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  1. 28 November, 13:29
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    Answer Choice A: he believed that voting was vital in receiving equal voice within the public allowing the nation to feel more democratic.
  2. 28 November, 14:00
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    A. a responsibility that is central to our system of government

    Explanation:

    Democratic participation is measured using boting turnouts and in the United States voting turnout is 60% on presidential elections an 40% on midterm elections, this means that less than two thirds of the population elect the president, and less than half the population elect the senates and congress, for Roosevelt voting is necessary for a democratic nation to progress and to grow, and its responsability of the government to persuade citizens to vote.
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