The day before the funeral the narrator, who was predicting their to be a large amount of people at funeral, thought that Big Joe was a great guy. So the narrator says, “Big Joe was popular on 145th Street. If you were a little down on your luck and needed a
After the hardships of getting sent away to a camp, McCain meets a man named mike who, "...had a keen and deep appreciation for the opportunities this country- and our military- provide for people who want to work and want to succeed." I agree that America provides people with many chances to be able to do what makes them happy. After Mike was caught pledging his allegiance to a home made American flag, he was taken away and beaten. Later, McCain found Mike and observed, "Sitting there, with his eyes almost shut from his beating, making another American flag." Even after getting hurt for doing something he strongly believed in, Mike still felt like it was his duty as an American to show his loyalty.
This is what makes United States Of America so beautiful to so many others not just to those who were lucky enough to be born here. I am proud to call United States by country and truly know how lucky we are to have the rights we have.America was not built by only one person's view and cannot continue to grow with only one person's view. Americans are a united community who stands tall and proud and works coherently in order to accomplish
He decided to write another letter and give it too Mr. Emerson’s secretary. He didn’t have enough money for a train ride home but he couldn’t get any money because he lied to his parents back home. After days of waited he finally received a letter back from Mr. Emerson. As the narrator head to Mr, Emerson office he stops and get breakfast at a diner. along the way to the diner he talk to a few people.
Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered for his great speeches, accomplishments and his leadership skills, but also for the sincerity of his heart for the freedom and unity of all people. The hope and dream is still valid today in America and Martin Luther King’s paved pathway continues to be built off of and honored today. It is a path we as America can look back on, learn from, and continue to be inspired by today thanks to MLK’s
They both did it because they thought it was right and to make a difference to this world. The author of the text about Cesar Chavez recognizes that Cesar was loved by his coworkers and he was praised for what he did. “The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It's always about the people.” Cesar's motto, "Sí, Se Puede!" ("Yes, it can be done!
Being an outsider from The United States I have always been fascinated by the lifestyle and vast diversity that this country possesses. I hold great admiration for their leaders and the way they somehow always manage to do what’s best for their country. Although, naturally no one is perfect. From what I can perceive America is mostly a place where freedom, of any type, is actually part of the daily lives of their citizens. From speaking their minds freely to being able to conduct their lives as they please.
What was not the same, however, was myself. I had always possessed a love for our free, opportune country, and those who pay the ultimate sacrifice to protect it. That was the driving force for me to even enter an essay into the contest to lay the wreath. After the ceremony, the cost of freedom became more evident to me than ever. This ceremony transformed my love into a passion.
In general, he was a polymath who had an important role in the early life of America. He had many quintessential factors about him and many admired him for that. Ambition, hard work, strength, and common sense were clearly displayed in his personality. Franklin had a passion for life and I think that he showed it to us by his many accomplishments. Benjamin Franklin is the ideal American and the one who revealed what is meant by the American dream.
1.The tone of McKim’s address was confident and passionate. His tone was filled with confidence and passion because he held no hesitation in his statement and he said what he truly felt about the aftermath of the Civil War. “There is in our hearts a double loyalty today: a loyalty to the present and a loyalty to the dear, dead past.”, this statement shows confidence because he spoke out what he thought his comrades felt about the change from Confederate to Union with no hesitation. He also shows passion in this statement by clearly stating his loyalty to a defeated belief. 2.
1 August 21, 2015 Laughter My father and I visited my uncle’s grave recently and my father told me that without me, he would still most likely be depressed about his brother. He said that even though it hurts knowing he can’t be with us anymore, he’s glad to have a son that makes him smile and laugh constantly. He told me that I was the light of his life and to never stop making people smile. He thanked me for helping him get through that rough patch in his life and with the big move to Rancho. I never felt so good in my life and discovered that making people laugh was what I was born to do.
America is another name for opportunity that resides in the destiny of the people. There is nothing more competitive than the daily life of an American. Everyone has the chance to achieve their own desires and hope is what keeps them going. America thrives on commitment and that is what sets the goods and the greats apart. Anyone can work hard but there is nothing special about working hard because that is what is supposed to happen.
“Joe 's been as good a ‘wise’ president being at my side on every rough decision I always made, whereas Clinton was one of our best secretaries of state and helped to fix the fun deficit on a whole range of important issues”. "The best truth is that the American democracy is not up to me and I 'm not just the one last straw America ever had” Obama said. If anyone were Biden, should cheer by the lengths of opportunities coming by his side despite a strong track record, while Trump is not blowing his trumpets loud enough to stop Hilarious Clinton who eagerly looks forward to topple the 1% richest for uncommon good, if