American Patriots: Soldiers, Citizens, and Voters

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American History

 

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Jewell F

 

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August 25, 2010

 

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University

 

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Without the abolitionist movement in the early nineteenth century, slavery may have existed far longer than it had already been allowed. Suffragettes from the late seventeenth century through 1920 gave women political equality – at least on paper. In more recent times, the protests of the 1960s finally led the United States to negotiate a peace long enough to get its troops out of Vietnam...
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In more recent times, the protests of the 1960s finally led the United States to negotiate a peace long enough to get its troops out of Vietnam. The above examples illustrate true patriotism. The government was wrong in its official positions, and the people who opposed those positions were right. Had those right-minded people not openly voiced their disapproval of what the government was doing, our history would not reflect the democratic principles it so publicly espouses...
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