Declaration Of Freedom Research Paper

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It is often said that we learn from our past, but are we really honest with ourselves?

Inequalities have existed in our society from slavery to inequality of women, today we still have people who face prejudice and inequality every day. Consequently If we really learn from the past, why should we demand the freedom that was already earned from our forefathers? Why can we all live by the belief that “all men are created equal ? why can 't believe that we always had to fight for our rights for these past decades and tired of it ? Moreover freedom should not really be demanded when we have our natural rights stating it should be given. Freedom should be given in many reasonable cases. The united states of America were built on the foundation of equal opportunity and rights, so our freedom needs to be given. The declaration of independence states that all individuals have inalienable rights, requiring life, liberty, and property. The declaration was written by Jefferson when he had the vision America should be liberal. When Jefferson quoted “All men are equal “he did not directly imply to all men but he meant that all white property owning Americans were equal to their British owners. Jefferson 's main purpose of stating that quote was to compare two different
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it is no news that we have problems in our country that needs to be fixed. We blame the government and complain about it: and finish off saying the situation is unfixable: but what most don 't realize is we all contribute a lot to this country. First we all have our duties to pay taxes. Secondly we all have specific jobs for every race and gender: Additionally the saying that ”every vote count "is not said for no reason.Votes play very important role in America: therefore If we set aside our unreasonable and despicable differences, we can all work together to better the

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