Everyone has rights, but what happens when those rights are violated by the government? In this blog post we will discuss how forming a government changes people’s rights. For example, in some countries citizens have the right to vote and hold public office while other countries do not allow such freedoms.
These differences lead to different levels of happiness among populations which is an important factor for determining quality of life as measured by the Human Development Index (HDI). One of the first changes that happen when a government is formed is people are required to pay taxes. These taxes go towards building schools and hospitals, among other things.
Some countries have a flat tax while others charge different rates for income levels. All these decisions impact how happy citizens will be in their country. This may sound like an extreme example but taxation can effect happiness even within families as well! For instance, parents might not want to spend time with their children if they’re making less money than before because they need it all on bills and debt payments instead of quality family time from them or buying presents for special occasions such as Christmas or birthdays. It’s important to make sure you’re doing your research on what type of policies.