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Individual rights, liberty
the right of being free and having freedom the legal condition of being free from confinement
The public or common good
the benefit or wellbeing of a community or society. Commonwealth
Self government
not being controlled by an outside power, ruled by natives
Equality
the state of being equal with others, a quality of being equal
Diversity
state or quality of being different than others, racial or cultural difference in a certain place
Openness and free inquiry
the right to question your government, freedom of speech
Truth
a statement or situation proven to be of actuality
Patriotism
the love or devotion to your country, nationalism
Trustworthiness
warranting truth, the ability to be trusted, reliable
Respect
reverence, to avoid violation with guideline, willingness to show reverence
Responsibility
the state, being or fact of being responsible
Fairness
being in accordance with the truth and what is right and just
Caring
the character of being concerned or interested, a burdened state of mind
Citizenship
the state of being a citizen, or member of a country and having rights guaranteed in the nation’s constitutio
Civic Responsibility
the responsibilities of being a citizen, and making sure everybody has equal opportunity in your community
Tolerance
the practice of respecter for other races, religions, etcetera
Protection of Human Rights
our government’s constitution guarding inalienable rights set down in the Declaration of Independence
Respect for the Rule of Law
respect for an authoritative doctrine, principle or precept