Peace: Easy to Say But Hard To Get

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My Research Paper Was there really a place where there once existed kings with castles and their knights? Research tells us that before we took our first breath on earth, there were these great powerful people that were symbolized for many things. One of those powerful kings was King Hammurabi. 3000 B.C. was the beginning to a whole new world full of rules. Researchers believe that there once lived a king named Hammurabi who was revealed to the code of laws, by the god of justice named Shamash. These rules that are now called laws were broken down to books. Greek law had constitutional manner in making a democracy. In 400 B.C. Southern Asia were influenced by treaties of India. This spread like a disease all over Asia. In the United States, laws and discoveries were experienced ever since the year of 1000. The beginning of that year Explorers from Europe were discovering a lot of places that are now states in this country. 1700’s, 1800’s, 1900’s and the year of 2000 and beyond have created so many laws that are now held in our history books. The very first amendment in the United States was to respect the establishment of religion. “Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” This quote was once said by one of the greatest leaders in the country, Martin Luther King Jr. That man had dreams that had come to reality. On December 21, 1956, the Supreme Court had established laws of declaring segregation in the city and the buses of the city. He walked millions of miles and made speeches throughout the whole country! He was arrested a few times but with that he had people’s faith in his hands. John F. Kennedy finally heard his words and vetoed the law. He made millions of p... ... middle of paper ... ...B 1070. Another new law was enforced by Jan Brewer, the governor of Arizona. She signed a new law stating that now Hispanic students, in the schools, are going to receive the same treatment. Why is this situation getting worst? The people of Arizona are stronger than ever. They’re willing to do whatever to accomplish their determination on eliminating these ridiculous laws. Why is peace so easy to say but hard to get? Its takes a lot of courage to overcome obstacles in order to accomplish a dream. Since the time of Egyptian monarchy to the presidents of the United States, new laws have been created. These rules develop friendship and enemies. Overlooking the years makes people realize how disagreements can bring violence, racism, blame and hate towards others. Hopefully people will open their eyes and appreciate what other people of the world have provided for us.

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