The Importance Of The Pledge Of Allegiance

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America is known for many things, such as its history, music, food, clothing style, education, and for being known as the Land of opportunities. Since 1765, The U.S. has been fighting for its freedom to get to where Americans are today and to give the Americans the future they deserve. The most recognized and valued treasure this country has respected for many years is the Pledge of Allegiance and the glory of having to stand up and show the pride there is. I, for one, think that the Pledge of Allegiance is a great representation of the beauty, strength, faith, and perseverance this nation possesses because of the way each word in the pledge has a strong and significant meaning. The pledge can mean many different things to many different people but it will always be known as a symbol of justice and indivisibility. The Pledge of…show more content…
One of the most popular and memorable events that happened in America was the American revolution or American war of Independence. The American revolution was a conflict that happened between Great Britain and the colonials(Americans). The colonists rejected and declined Great Britain 's monarchy system and wanted more of democratic leadership and religious freedom, but Great Britain did not approve of this. After those hardworking years, the Americans won thanks to George Washington and many others ' leadership, freedom was gained, and the Declaration of Independence was forever accepted and remembered. Later on, many other events took place for great causes and great infamy such as, the Civil War, Great Depression, WWI and WWII, civil rights act, and many more, acts that guaranteed America religious, speech, to express ideas and controversial opinions
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