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HUM 1020_Intro to Humanities_Fuhrman_Part 2: Path to Citizenship

Path to Citizenship Assignment

Note how non-Roman men by the first century C.E. could gain citizenship for himself and his children.  Explain whether something similar might be a good policy for the United States today.  Is it feasible or not?  Play out the scenarios and bring the consequences to life.  What are some of the benefits? Objections?  Can you think of something better that is equally unorthodox by today's standards?  Do some research.

Below you will find some library resources that will aid in your research.

Book Resources on Pathways to Citizenship

Book Resources on Rome

eBook Resources on Rome

Suggested Database Resources

 

 

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