Declaration Of Independence Quote Analysis

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Although men were not created equally, the forefathers created different historical documents, which have a very serious theme and tone. These important documents affected the past in many good ways. “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”- the Declaration of Independence (by Thomas Jefferson). This is a very important quote, because the Declaration of Independence was a big step in history for the United States of America to become independent. This text and its quote are written in a serious tone, because it’s about a very serious theme. The Declaration of Independence still affects our life today, because people always remember that the United States stands for personal freedom and individual rights. People in Germany have the same freedom as people in America have. The author wants to make clear that freedom and individual rights are very important for a country; therefore he chooses the right serious tone for his text.…show more content…
Dating back to the 1400s many people from Africa were enslaved. The text “Roots” and its quote describe a dramatic and serious tone, what it meant to be a slave. Alex Haley shares his thoughts and feelings in his text “Roots” very well, because it’s written in the first person view. Nowadays slavery doesn’t exist anymore in most parts of the world; for example it’s illegal in the United States and also in Germany. Slavery in Germany just stopped 60 years ago, when the World War 2 ended. Today people in Germany are against any kind of racism. But there are still some people that are enslaved and live in danger. The World should never stop to try defeating
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