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Pros And Cons Of Living Up To The Declaration Of Independence

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Living up to the Declaration
The United States is known as the land of the free,but has it always been like this?Was slavery erased from history? All The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th 1776 and the colonies gained independence, many people settled in the 13 colonies to start a new life and own land, yet others were forced to settle in the America’s,not everyone has always been treated equally in the the land of the “free”. America has had pros and cons throughout its history and has risen o become one of the most successful nations in the world with its form of government,but Americans haven't always lived up to the Declaration of Independence, the United States gives opportunities to students who can't afford an education and anyone above the age 18 is allowed to vote, yet it hasn't always been like this,Americans haven't always live up to Declaration of Independence and even now this is put in doubt with the current events.
America hasn't always lived up to the statements and the ideologies of the Declaration of Independence. People started settling in the colonies in 1607 to start a new life and own land, towns ran themselves without the monarchy of the English,they wanted America to be based of democracy. “Some however,did not come by choice.”(Placecard A)Slavery was a big problem in the United States, African Americans made up a big amount of the population in the United States during the late 18th century and the 19th century. “The Civil war
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