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Nationality and Citizenship

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Nationality and citizenship differ in that

A

nationality involves a belief in the superiority of one's people while citizenship embraces basic equality.

B

nationality can be revoked by a country while citizenship can not.

C

citizenship is largely self-identified while nationality comes with official recognition.

D

nationality involves allegiance to a people while citizenship involves official recognition of rights and privileges by a formal state.

E

citizenship comes with a promise of suffrage rights while nationality only involves the legal right to dwell in a country.