Crevecoeur's Letters From An American Farmer

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Crevecoeur’s Letters from an American Farmer, provide a good distinction between the European and American life. He makes it seem that America is a place of liberty and freedom, which is very common to think of when people think about this country. He even says it in his text with the quote, “Here, man is free as he ought to be.” Europe is a power-hungry place composed of great lords, kings, bishops, etc. The people there weren’t provided much. Whereas America is more laid back, where the poor and the rich are not so far removed from each other and are provided a new mode of living and a new social system. It 's a place where people from different nations can become anew. People could be French, Dutch, European but they can be considered
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