Seminal U.S Documents
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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
Seminal U.S. documents reflect the beliefs of the people because they state the important things that have to do with the American people using equality
Dr.King Jr. also reflects equality when he says"their freedom is bound to our freedom.Meaning that in order for us all to be free and equal we have to work together.
JFK reflects equality in his inaugural address when he states "For man holds in his mortal hands ... all forms of human life." Stating that we all need to work together as a country.
Equality in both JFK'S Inaugural Address and Dr.King Jr. speech have reflected on American society because they both fought for equality and wanted the nation to come together as one.
JFK impacted American society when he said "Let every nation know...success of liberty." In this he meat that we need to work together and become a strong nation and we wont let any other country's mess that up.Which helped because the United States is now a dominate nation.
Dr.King Jr. speech has reflected on American society when he said "Black as well as white man.."It does not matter what race you are we are all equal. Shortly after Dr.King saying this people started to understand and racism slowly went away and over nation started coming together.
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