The Importance Of Being American

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“The America I believe In” is very important. It let’s us know about what being American is and what it means. We can even know what the color on the flag stand for. One of my family members was a veteran. I never got to meet him, it was my great grandpa. But I still think he’s important to me and the country he served which was America.

America is the land of the free. We became free because we fought for civil rights. I myself think we have a good future for the United States. The US has had people come from all over the world. It seems to be that those people get more attention than the veterans. The other people that get the attention are immigrants, people don’t want immigrants in the US, people should be paying more attention to the veterans because they served our country.
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The white stands for purity and innocence, red stands for hardiness and valour, and blue, the color of the Chief (the broad band above the stripes) signifies vigilance, perseverance & justice. And have you ever thought of what being American means? Being American mostly means to be free and to be proud that I live in the United States of America. Voting is a big factor for America, we can vote for many things but here are a few, we can vote for president, governor, school board, congress and
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