There was slavery back in the 1700 and the U.s and I think they made A mistake
Back then the U.S were adding more and more slaves and they did not say sorry
Yes they did, but there was nothing to say sorry about, and it was the past
The passage Better Late than Never states here: How can the United States right the historical wrong of slavery? Some U.S. lawmakers say the country should start by saying "I'm sorry."
The U.S should apoligize, that is my opinion and it wasnt right for to have slavery
The past is the past, everyone could forget about it
The passage also states, "Sorry for What? Critics say they shouldn't have to apologize for the actions of their ancestors. "I don't think I can apologize for something I haven't done. ... While I am sorry for those past injustices, my efforts here have to be to make sure they don't ever occur again,"
Plus another reason it also states in the section Sorry For What" Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott fears that such resolutions could prompt perpetual apologies. "Where do we end all this? Are we going to apologize for not doing the right thing on Social Security?" he told The New York Times. That is another reason why we dont need to Apologize