The statue shows how passionate americans are for their country and their willingness to accept new immigrants with open arms. But America is not the only country for freedom, but most of the present day world is for freedom. The Statue of Liberty is a “universal sign for freedom” (Source B) People all over the world want to be free and do whatever they please, this is what the Statue of Liberty stands for. And this statue has been encouraging people to do what they love, and be free since “1886, when the Statue started welcoming immigrants” (Source A) into
The Statue of Liberty represents freedom. Immigrants coming from different countries breath a sigh of relief as they see the golden torch and the rusted copper lady holding her tablet with “July IV MDCCLXXVI” printed on it. Many think of a new beginning, while others think of the challenges that are yet to come. A new beginning isn’t always easy, if problems are involved. In the passage “My Favorite Chaperone” by Jean Davies Okimoto, the characters, Maya, Nurzhan, Mama, and Papa experience challenges in a new country.
Carrie Chapman Catt uses a lot of ideas about democracy in her speech that was logical. Catt uses logic to appeal to her audience from the first reason of women suffrage inevitability to the end of the speech. Catt uses the Declaration of independence, which turn out to be the basic rule of government (Catt, 1917). This is because it states that all men (women) are created equal and Catt used that along with the quote from Woodrow Wilson that states “we are fighting for the things which we have always carried nearest to our hearts: for democracy, for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own government” (Catt, 1917). The logic in Wilson’s quote as it relates to women’s suffrage is if democracy is the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own government than why do women not allow to vote because they too submit to authority as men do.
They very succinctly conveyed that her life’s stance justified nothing less than heaven as a reward. The role of audience points towards the people reading the printed media. The location of the newspaper, residing in the nation’s capital, means that its audience reached global proportions. By sending this message out to the rest of the world, it made a statement about not just civil
Turner’s statement ‘since the days when the fleet of Columbus sailed into the waters of the New World, America has been another name for opportunity’(3) advances the view that America became a democratic land open to all as stipulated by the American constitution. It brought about the term ‘American dream’. The American dream was aimed at making America a free and equal society. Therefore, settlers from Europe saw a lot of opportunities for themselves: The constitution specified the absolute pre-eminence of individual rights for the first time in human history; settlers seized this idea and saw it as a font of limitless opportunities to better their lives and lives of their children.
The three main character traits I think apply to America are equality, sacrifice, and freedom, and I will be explaining why I think these are, in the following paragraphs. The first main idea I will be talking about is equality. In America, we are given multiple opportunities here to express ourselves in ways people in other countries will never be able to. Countries in the Middle East, for example, treat women as if they were animals.
“The New Colossus” is written by Emma Lazarus, reflects the American Dream by creating a name for the Statue of Liberty a name that shows who she really is and what she 's willing to do, such as Mother of Exiles. When she said “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” The Statue of Liberty is basically saying i accept all people, so if you don’t accept them there send them here. The old Colossus was most likely a warlike area because in the story it says “With conquering limbs astride from land to land” “Refugee in America” is written by Langston Hughes, reflects the American Dream by using words such as “Freedom and Liberty.”
The song chosen for this paper is “God bless the USA” by Lee Greenwood. For the researcher, the song holds different kinds of significance owing to which the researcher has chosen this song as the topic for this paper. People residing in America, irrespective of where they are from, have started to believe in this song and have accepted the fact that America is a place that has provided them with the kind of freedom they have always wanted. The thesis statement of the paper is to understand what the song “God bless the USA” means for the Americans. Discussion Literary Elements of Song “God bless the USA” was a song written by Lee Greenwood.
The Statue Of Liberty is the first thing to greet the European immigrates as they arrive in America. Ever since October 1886, she has been a Beacon of Freedom. The Statue is known as ‘The Immigrant 's Statue’ or the ‘Mother of Exiles’. Not only has she welcomed them, she has inspired.
In the beginning, Thatcher was sincere and used her personal experiences to show he had a “grace of a deeper kind” (23). By being sincere, Thatcher built her effectiveness and her ability to sympathetic. By the end of the speech, her tone switched to optimistic. While the rest of her speech was emotional and sincere, the last paragraph shows the hope for the future of the country, even through they have lost an exceptional former president. In the last sentence of the speech, Thatcher states that American stands for “freedom and opportunity for ordinary people” (98).
The Promise of America is about liberty. The Statue of Liberty has been a welcoming figure to millions of immigrants who came to America. It was built as a recognizable symbol of democracy and freedom. Leaving their native land to join America with hope, they found freedom in the New World. They made it 's freedom safer, richer, more far-reaching, and more capable of growth.
When I hear the term “New England,” I automatically picture a beautiful land that was filled with natives and Europeans who worked together. I picture Europeans who supported each other. I also picture colonists who were free from all persecutions for their religion. I saw them as people who understood and accepted outsiders unlike the Chesapeake colonies. Prior to reading the textbook, I knew that the colony in Massachusetts was home to the first Puritans.
“Treaty of Greenville is signed with Northwest nation (July 22) bringing peace to that area-1814.”(The American Years) The land that has been bought is full of freedom for the people of it. “Some went to find land where they could start farms. Others went for riches. Still others went looking for a home where they could worship freely.
Some of the words in the song were “eye of the storm”, to show that america is the safe place in the storm of troubles in the world. All of the immigration took place at Ellis island in New York city. Dierks Bentley believes that the struggle for the American dream is worth fighting for. He believes
The 14th Amendment was important because if played the most major factor on our society it gave each individual equality. The 14th Amendment allowed us to take this to the future and our children’s future and will forever and always live in this society even after we are long gone. To come to my conclusion I will recap some of my final thoughts about the above. First I do agree with some of the things that President Lincoln did I also love the fact he issues the Emancipation Proclamation. I do agree that a start needed to be made in reference to our slave’s freedom.