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Seminal U.S. Documents Essential Question Project
How do seminal U.S. documents reflect the beleifs of the people and the foundations of American Society?
Seminal U.S. documents reflect the beliefs of the people in many ways. Some documents express the need for equality, while others urge for a more united nation. These beleifs are the ones of the people.
In Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream' speech", he expresses the need for equality and unity. This need for such demands does not come only from Dr. King, but from a larger African American group. John F. Kennedy came into office as president of the United States during a time of great concern. His main goal of his inaugural adress was to unite the nation as one. These two benefactors showed the beleifs of the nation through their writing.
American society is based off of U.S. sentimental documents. Without these documents, the United States would not be the way it is.
John F. Kennedy united a nation during cautious times. His Inaugural address was the reason how he united the nation. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech helped African Americans gain equality, but without his document the country may never have changed.
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