Effects Of American Identity

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American Identity Since the time of the American Revolution, people always asking “What is an American?-Today, Americans tend to believe the religion and the politics of government have had the biggest impacted on American identity because it has introduced a new system structure nations, cultures, and the Enlightenment's ideas to form the United States. Let’s back to the early 1600s, after the Columbus’s voyage came to the New World, most all the European nations began to proceed colonized the Native American by force, invading their lands, inter-married with the native women, create the Empire on the American continent. But, the main point that European came to the New World is spreading their religion, they tried to convert the native into Christianity. This caused more tension between the native and the white people. According by William Bradford described in his journey “Of Plymouth Plantation”, it said “Men, Indians! Indians! And withal, their arrows came flying amongst them...Thus it pleased God to vanquish their enemies and give them deliverance; and by His special providence so to dispose that not any of them were either hurt or hit, though their arrows came close by.” He claimed God protected his people from the enemy. In otherwise, the most reason that European come to North America is founding gold, a valuable items, that every man who desires for their ambitious dreams. Among these men, one man stood up and called for the establishment a colony, he is John
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