Citizenship in America is unique. It is dynamic, demanding and requires constant conscious engagement. To maintain the democratic form of government gifted to us by our founders, we must embrace and welcome the duties and obligations that necessarily accompany our rights, privileges, and freedoms. To strengthen our engagement, CitizenThink provides a forum devoted to exploring, elucidating and reviving the ideas and practice of ‘Citizenship in America.’
In addition to drawing upon academic works, historical accounts, and current events that challenge our notions and behaviors as citizens every day, CitizenThink elicits original contributions on the subject of ‘Citizenship in America’ from citizens themselves.
By creating a much needed environment to promote robust discussion, thoughtful scholarship, philosophical debate, and personal reflection, CitizenThink seeks to re-define and fortify our citizen ethic in America.
Please use this forum to contribute your vision, understanding, and ideas of Citizenship in America.
The opinions expressed in this site are solely those of the contributors, and do not represent the DoD or its components. Unless otherwise stated, CitizenThink itself also takes no position on those opinions.
CitizenThink was created by Josh Fryday and Jonathan Margolick in September 2011, and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.