Although according to Patrick Henry 's famous speech he did at Virginia Convention Center, ‘’ Give me liberty, or give me death,’’ (pg.124), like that means that he wanted liberty for him,his people and for his country. “ For my own part I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery’’ (Henry pg.122). He wanted because in my opinion he felt like a slave. However he fought for freedom , for liberty and he didn 't wanted his people to suffer and become slave to the British , and suffer.” I Have but no lamp by which my feet are guided; and that is the lamp of experience .I know of no way of judging the future , but by the past.; (Henry 123). He used his experiences and his past to predict the future of the United States, and he predicted the United States will be the greatest country which we have pledged ourselves never to be abandoned until the glorious object for our contest shall be obtained , we must fight ! I repeat it sir , we must must fight ! An appeal to arms and to the God of Host is all that is left us !.” They have to fight for their freedom , if they wi...
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...ned . (Stanton 159). It sound like kimilar with the jefferson 's statement, but its says that ‘ all men and women are created equal; so women has the same rights as the man has. It also says the women have rights too.
In conclusion, the United States is still a growing country , and must remember direction the vision of the Founding Fathers. Mostly the vision of the Founding Fathers was the same between one and another. I think some of their goals have been achieved , but we still have room for growth. Although Donald Trump Stated that ‘’The American Dream is dead. But if I get elected president I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever before and we will make America great again.’’( Donald Trump). However no more slavery is going on and people have their rights especially women . And people might keep fighting to achieve equal rights for all
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