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  • Capital Punishment
    297 words
    Capital Punishment America stands for freedom, and freedom is living your life the way you want, when you want, without worry. Freedom means you can say what you want, do what you want, and be yourself. But it can be hard to express such freedoms when you are scared of everyday life. Freedom isn't worrying about your children's safety when you aren't with them. Freedom isn't looking over your shoulders as you walk through the city streets, trying to avoid rape. And freedom isn't repeat offenders...
  • Freedom For Security
    439 words
    What Freedom Is To Me Since July 4th, 1776 the United States has a free country. Citizens of the United States have freedom of speech, religion, and many other things. Webster's definition of freedom is, "the condition of being free of restraints". To me freedom plays a large role in my life. Three things that would be freedom for me are going where ever I wish, actions without negative consequences, and morality to my standards. The first example of freedom for me would be being able to go wher...
  • Your Freedom
    340 words
    With freedom comes great responsibility. This saying has been heard by generations of kids and has been said by generations of parents. Unfortunately people today don't seem to be responsible in certain things they do. You see things in media today that make you wonder when you draw the line on things you say and do. William Golding the author of Lord of The Flies conveys this thought in the story of the boys stuck on the island where they have complete freedom to do whatever they want to do. Th...
  • Our Hard Fought Freedom
    421 words
    What Freedom Means to Me Free dom (noun) First appeared before 12th Century 1: the quality or state of being free: as a: the absence of necessity, or constraint in choice or action b: liberation from slavery or restraint or from the power of another: INDEPENDENCE July 4th, 1776, the bloodshed ceases and the dust settles. From within the war emerged a new country, run by no one other than themselves. This was the dawn of our country, which so many others look at and admire even today. They admire...
  • Free America A Is Freedom
    431 words
    free america a Is freedom really free? We all say we live in a free society, but if you walk across the street with out a cross walk you could be arrested! How can that be freedom, when you look at it that way It do sent really seem free. There has been major achievements in history to make our world free with out question. We the American people have strive d for centuries to keep America free we fought the British to be free and create a beautiful country, we fought for the freeing of the slav...
  • Dreams Of Freedom And Equality
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    The American Dream is the idea that all people in this country have a chance to achieve success and create a better life for their children but there are variations on this basic idea. For many people, the American dream means simply financial success, for others it is obtaining positions of power, and for still others it is freedom. Freedom can be viewed and obtained in many different ways. As seen in the following documents, Fredrick Douglass, the women behind The Seneca Falls Declaration of S...
  • Freedom Cost John His Life
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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was born to an English family. He was a brilliant social satirist. He wrote books about architecture, science, music, philosophy, history, and religion. This is a book of genetics in the future about 2535 A.D... It takes place in a utopian society where people are mass-produced, then conditioned to do predetermined work. There are no families or marriages. The theme is freedom and how people want it, they want poetry, danger, good and b...
  • Huck's Freedom
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    In Huck Finns time, which was the 1800's slavery was very popular. Many farm owners and plantation owners had slaves to work for them. The slaves were treated really badly. Huck Finn on the other hand, was friendly with them. The book Huck Finn by Mark Twain is an American classic that is a symbol of carefree youth. Throughout the book there are serious themes intertwined with the mischievous antics of adolescence. One of the broadest themes represented in the book Huck Finn by Mark Twain touche...
  • Freedom Of Press And Media Of Communication
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    Canada is multicultural country, and every one is equal and everybody has freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication. But in china it is different. As we could see in novel, people of china and students didn't have freedom of what they believe. Also reporters didn't have freedom of press and communication. And Alex says life in Beijing was so complicate and difficult for him because he didn't have freedom of what he wants t...
  • War For Freedom
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    War is generally a conflict between nations or groups that usually involves killing and destruction. War is engaged to bring about or to resist political, social or even economic changes that are often related to causes as religious conflicts and for acquirement of territory. War results into horrible means. The use of force has demonstrated many times before in the past and even now that it always results in massive destruction of nations, economies and homes that contain a massive number of ca...
  • Surveillance In The Privacy Of Your Homes
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    To what extent should the government be able to monitor the public? How much leeway should we give the government to watch the citizens for the purpose of national security? There is a fine line between monitoring the public for the safety of the nation as a whole, and the invasion of privacy. The government must not be able to violate U. S, citizen's rights by invading their privacy. In the Constitution it says that we need to, "Secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and out posterity". T...

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