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Seminal U.S. Documents Essential Question Project
How do seminal U.S. documents reflect the beliefs of the people and the foundations of American society?
Writers of seminal U.S. documents use strong persuasive reasons to impact the American citizens beliefs. They remind America that, as one nation, they should work together.
President John F. Kennedy reiterates the word "let's" throughout his inaugural address. By doing so, the audience becomes aware of their importance as a whole; their president wants everyone to come together and put aside their differences to make their nation better.
Seminal U.S. documents affect the foundation of American society by helping American citizens realize that there is room for change. The documents are able influence people to open their minds and win equality over.
In Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, many points are made about the importance of everyone, not just one race or culture in particular. After this speech, many people made an effort to change their racial or prejudice ways and form the nation we have today.
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