Talk:Citizenship in the United States

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Further details of how a definition should look like are given at CZ:Definitions#Format of the definition itself. (Delete this note, including the enclosing quotation marks, after reading.)" Citizenship in the United States is a legal relationship identifying a person as a member of the nation who has a "right to have rights". [d] [e]

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'Citizenship in the United States' could refer to being a positive member of society, or to how the concept of citizenship is viewed in the US. Better alternatives would be Citizenship of the United States of America or just U.S. citizen. John Stephenson 08:49, 6 April 2012 (UTC)