family government lesson five

Family government This essay is about my description of the topic of family government. What is family government? Does it exist? Is it a legitimate form of government? Well, these are some questions  about family government. Family government is a government made up of just family members, that is family government. It exists in the family, with rules. Also, it is truly a legitimate form of government  which was proven true. Now that we answer some of the simple questions lets begin.    The first question of family government with explanation of it: the first question is  a sovereignty question: who in charge here? Meaning that there has to be someone in charge likely one or two, not everyone which would probably cause problems and you will not know who in charge, really. So basally, the mom or dad would be charge of the family or both. But if their not there then, it would be a older sibling among the children. The second question of family government with explanation of it:  the second question is  a hierarchy question: to whom do I report?  Saying that basally, who am I going to report to? Which means that the person of the family has to report to one of the parents or both, about what happened or what is going on, meaning that they are going to tell the news of the day or so. Which, is actually helpful and good by informing the parents about the news that occurred. The third question of family government with an explanation: the third question is law:what are the rules? In a family, you must have rules otherwise, things would mostly likely be chaos in the house of the family and cause lots of problems. When you have rules in a family things are good and less chaos is in the house, plus  the family is more organize and decent. But, going back to the  question, the rules in the family, do lots of good to the family and it also helps to make  the children of the family grow up educated,well discipline and respectful,and more. The fourth question of family government with an explanation:the fourth question is sanctions:what do I get if I obey?or if I do not obey? Meaning that what would one get due to obeying or not. Okay, here an example, if one of the children of parents  was to obey the rules or what they have been told to do, they would likely get a prize. Yet, if one of them was to disobey or to not do what they were told to do they would get a punishment. This basally means the carrot and the stick. The carrot stands for the prize and the stick stands for the punishment. The fifth question of family question with an explanation: the last question is succession: does this outfit have a future? Meaning that when you likely go out, the clothes you wear has a future. So, applying that to the family government. The kids of the family follows the parents, so in common sense if the parents wear poor clothes or bad clothes the kids would likely follow so, the kids would the same clothes similar to the parents meaning in this that the clothes would have a poor or bad future. But, if the parents wear nice or rich looking or business clothes the kids would be wearing similar to it. Meaning that those clothes, would have a a good or very good future. In addition, to that  the kids would follow their parents clothes and the way they dress. And finally, yes the outfit would have a future because the children of the parents follow the parents and the family way of dressing. An opinion about family government: my opinion of family government, is that I like family government and reason being is because family government  a  close to perfect government, since the parents help to educate the children so they can grow up good and respectful. Conclusion: the family government is helpful and good for all families. We talked about the five questions of family government. Asiyyah banks.

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