American Government

Citizens of the United States are required to do which of the following?
A) memorize the Pledge of Allegiance.
B) vote****
C) pay taxes
D) marry an American citizen

I choose B if not C maybe?
Can you correct me if i'm wrong.. thanks!!

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  1. If I don't vote, what will happen to me?

    Which of those includes a penalty if citizens don't do it?

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  2. your voice won't be heard in elections...?

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  3. is my answer right though. B?

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  4. No. Are you clear on the meaning of the word "required"?

    http://www.dictionary.com

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  5. Well it's not D i know

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  6. Can anyone know the answer?!?

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  7. You have guessed wrong twice now. Please don't post about this again.

    Ask yourself what the penalty is if a citizen doesn't do ... ? Or is there a penalty? (And by penalty, I mean the government will impose fines and maybe jail time.)

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  8. Ok i understand now, Thanks

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