U.S. Seminal Documents Essential Question Project
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Seminal U.S. Documents/Essential Question
Seminal U.S. Documents Essential Question Project
Dear Barack Obama, how do U.S. seminal documents reflect the belief of the people and society? Sincerely, Mr. James German
Dear Mr. James German, U.S. seminal documents do reflect the belief of the people and society. All of the American people do not like being different and believe that everyone should be equal...
... just like Martin Luther King Jr. says in his "I Have a Dream" speech that even African American citizens deserve to be equal. Sincerely, Barack Obama/Mr. P
Dear Mr. Obama, Now I get how the U.S. seminal documents reflect the people of America, but how do they reflect the society? Sincerely, Mr. James German
Dear James, Thanks for asking. U.S. seminal documents reflect on society because the writers of the documents want the world to be equal, just like John F. Kennedy wanted. Sincerely, Mr. Obama
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