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America, "The Great Nation"

"…That these United Colonies are, and of Right out to be, Free and Independent States; that they are Absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved…" It was that special day; that special day which would always be marked in the history books; that special day when Thomas Jefferson announced the Declaration of Independence; that special day when United States of America was officially born; that special day when freedom started to ring; that special day when equality began to merge with mankind; that special day when selfishness and evil too began to scatter. It was that day, July 4th, 1776.
After the establishment of United States of America, more and more immigrants arriving from all over the world to this land to pursuit what they believed as the "American dream" where at last, they would possess the fundamental rights of their existence; they would understand the true meanings of happiness and life. Within less than two hundred years, America became the leading nation in world's military, technology, and economy, surpassed every other nations that had had thousands of years of history. It was democracy that made America so successful. It was the diverse ethnicities that made America realize all colors are beautiful. As time progressed, in the eyes of most of the world, in the eyes of almost all Americans, the United States of America has been portrayed as "The Great Nation"!
Tragedies are inevitable. They serve as a purpose of delivering messages of how to make an improvement. No one could prevent the incident that happened in Pearl Harbor during World War II, nor could anyone stop the terrorist attack on World Trade Center in 2001. Even if someone could, they didn't because those tragedies were meant to happen. They were already recorded in the history books of fu…

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