People's Individual Rights for the Island of Tagg Analytical Essay by Nicky

People's Individual Rights for the Island of Tagg
Looks at the way in which the people of the Island of Tagg can write a Constitution that protects their individual rights.
# 147592 | 1,760 words | 2 sources | APA | 2011 | US

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This paper explains that the people of the Island of Tagg want to author a constitutional document that is at the vanguard of improving the preservation of rights in a way that is realistic and able to be preserved. Next, the author relates the ideas of Thomas Paine and Karl Marx as the base upon which the citizens of Tagg can express their belief in social democracy. The paper concludes by discussing five statement of individual rights that must be included in the Constitution.

Table of Contents:
Statement of Individual Rights
The Right to an Effective Democratic Government.
The Right to Protection and Representation in International Affairs
The Right to Law and Protection under the Law
The Right to the Protection of Individuality, Life and Liberty
The Right to Adapt the Statement of Individual Rights

From the Paper:

"The enforcement of the law will also be dependent upon public jury trial and civil court case proceedings, which will be intended to devise the conditions by which a dispute between citizens or between state and citizen has come to pass and the conditions by which justice can be restored to any given scenario. It is the right of the people to see that the system of laws in place is designed with justice as its chief goal and with mercy as its balancing principle in achieving equitable and appropriate judgment and sentencing upon criminal offenders."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Lovell, David W. (2004). Marx's Utopian Legacy. The European Legacy, Vol. 9, No. 5.
  • Paine, Thomas. (1776). Common Sense. Penguin Classics.

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