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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?
In Martin Luther King's speech, he compared what he was fighting for to what those in the past were fighting for and in Kennedy's speech, he compared the issues of the world.
Hello children. Seminal U.S. documents reflect the beliefs of the people by stating what needs to be changed at that time.
In Dr. Martin Luther King's speech, he explains that segregation needs to be outlawed and in JFK's inaugural address, he proclaims that the world needs to unite if it ever wants to find peace.
Seminal U.S. documents also reflect the foundations of American society by comparing what happened then to what's happening when the speech was written.
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