also to have a good education. It means that I can say "The Pledge of Allegiance" and that I can vote for the President,and the Mayor. But to me it means most of all to be free and to be proud that I live in the United States of America because not all people have the benefit of being free some people out there are fighting half killing each other just to support themselves and their families. Being an American also means that we are treated equally no matter what color skin we may have, and it doesn 't matter what culture you are from and we also have rights that give us the ability of freedom of speech; i also get to go to school for free and you can go wherever you want u want to go to the beach or maybe to the mall or just to a friends house u can go in peace and parents can let their kids go to school or on field trips by themselves without the fear of their kids getting hurt. because we are american we can have privileges like caring for your community like say You could join a trash pickup.
Writing on his chalkboard he draws the line between the two sides. Sheen states how everyone in America is in the free world and it is important that every individual matters no matter how young, old, rich, or poor you are . With the other side of the argument, he explains how the masses were the ideal in the communist society and the value of one person does not matter . The point Sheen wanted to make is that in America, everyone is special in their own way unlike the soviets which care about the masses not the individual. The emphasis on the term person was greatly used in this part of his explanation as well.
Jimmy reached out to people he knew would want to help so they receive recognition. these people would improve his chances of success. Jimmy wanted to build as big a network of supporters as possible. Jimmy Carter’s approach in this case is best represented by the political maxim that it’s better to receive than to give. He never helped the people he reached out to but he knew they would help him.
This idea allowed for the people to make decisions that they thought were best for them without the fear of religion getting in the way. Many rationalists like Benjamin Franklin were very outspoken on how they wanted the people to be able to try different things and see how they would benefit them. This helped make our country into what it is today. A place where all ideas are able to flow and try and benefit all people of all creeds. In conclusion, the colonial era was a time of great literate prosperity with multiple ideologies flourishing.
Another big reform that took place was Transcendentalism which was mainly about praising the divine equality of each soul. Unlike many other religions that believe in predestination, transcendentalism there is no real division between saved and damned,anyone could have a transcendent experience and could connected to the spiritual world based on their lifestyle. Transcendentalism was a very comforting ideal as a philosophy for a nation like America which believes that all men are created equal and have the same inalienable rights. The transcendentalist movement began to cross paths with the antebellum efforts toward social reform as perceived in that point of view, that if all men and women were spiritually equal from birth as they believed, all men and women must deserve to be treated with social and political equality as well no matter who they
When I see an American flag it makes me feel proud, respectful, and it reminds me of all the freedom I get. Whenever I look at the flag I am very grateful I am in America. Other countries don’t get freedom like we do. We get way more freedom than people in Pakistan and countries like that. The flag reminds me to show respect to other people.
He also used ethos by appealing to their emotion, after a well written speech about his goals he used this quote to get the American people working and helping America become a flourishing country. In the very next sentence he says, “My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man,” because Kenned knows his audience he said this to establish respect for other countries and appeal to their ethos and make them want to comply to what America says so the whole world can be happy and prosperous. In conclusion President John F. Kennedy used many different rhetorical strategies to get his point across in a speech that was shorter than most Presidents Inaugural Address’s. This shows that Kennedy knew what he was doing during the
After eighth grade, Malcolm continued a life of crime. He was eventually was convicted of crime and sent to prison for 7 years where he educated himself and converted to a Muslim group called the Nation of Islam. He fought injustice by trying to get African-Americans to have their own black nation. Malcolm X was a minister at temple NO.7 in Harlem, NY where he talked to his people about racism and self defense. He had different feelings on fight in back for freedom, then having non violence like king was doing, he felt that we needed to fight back by any means necessary including violence.
To conclude, he was a man with tremendous personal courage by leading revolutionary change without the violence, a man who could transform the nation. He stood for the power of individual to bring about change. Of course, there was debates over his ideals and his visions of religion unity and its achievability. However, one thing is certain is that he believed in the seizing whole truth, this is clear us from his recordings in 1931 speeches and therefore illustrate us one more time that he was the father of the Indian
Movie Review of American History X American History X is directly related to racism as a social issue. The film is about a day in the life of Danny whose brother Derek was the leader of a Neo-Nazi group. Derek was sentenced to prison for 3 years because of killing two black people who attempted to steal his car. In his prison years, he was raped by the Neo-Nazi’s, changed his world view with the help of black man who was working with Derek in laundry service of prison and had a transition from blind-hatred to enlightened man who is trying to steer his brother back from being controlled by racist beliefs. The underlying reason of why Derek was the leader of the Neo-Nazi group and had problems with anger management is that his father was murdered by black drug dealers.