Constitution Rights 1. Everyone is equal 2. Right to speak/ voice opinion 3. Right to vote 4. Everyone is to be respected 5. Right to essential needs (ex. food, water, ect.) Laws and Punishments 1. No killing...killing is punishable by exile 2. No lying... lying is punishable by being strapped to a tree for a day 3. No stealing... stealing is punishable by being exile from the island for a week 4. No Vandalism/destroying property and/or other's personal items... vandalizing is punishable by being tied up and stoned in the middle of town 5. Food is shared... not sharing food is punishable by not being allowed food for a day 6. Everyone must do equal work... not doing equal work is punishable by unequal food rations Government
Everyone votes on issues
If votes are tied, rock, paper, scissors is top be played, best of three
group discussion every two days to discuss issues
If it's a volcanic island, set the volcano off
In the mean time, work on a boat to escape
As well, set off SOS signal fires at the highest point of the island
Inhumanity and Conformity We, as a group, think mankind is good. As shown in Yves' good news article, there are millions of people that dedicate their lives to keep people safe including police, military, fire departments, etc. In Jordon's and Kaila's articles, people do small acts of kindness, they're news articles that will never make headlines and seem insignificant, but these small acts add up, making the world a better place. Headlines usually consist of mass shooting and terrorist attacks. Events such as these are only done by a few people but affect many, making the world seem bad. Good deeds only affect a few people at a time, making them insignificant in the news world, but significant in the real world.