The United States of America was formed under the gist of freedom, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The visions of many leaders have transpired from history as either monumental or incredibly synthetic. Many presidents of America had faced tremulous nation-wide issues, down to the roots of George Washington who had lead troops that solidified the freedom of our country from Britain; Abraham Lincoln had been present when the issues of slavery had taken root in our nation, Franklin Roosevelt, a pioneer of all presidents gained the right as the only man to serve the country for three terms after diligently turning America’s greatest economic downfall around. History says it all. Today, years after slavery has been abolished, after the rights of women, African Americans, Latinos, Mexicans and Asians has been fully granted on paper in this great nation; Years after an economic crash that rid of American jobs and American dreams – we face the same challenges. Today, two thousand and twelve, we are faced with issues that has been prompted even in the past years that these leaders have gone through. Each generation, we fight for a new right, whether to love, to live or for a simple choice – we all must go through it all. I believe in the words and the morals that Barack Obama has instilled in our nation. Although times are difficult, challenges for each and every one of us more vigorous – I have no doubt in my mind that the best way to triumph is to never do it alone; as this great man once had said, “we do not close the door of opportunity once we are through it – no, we open that door and give someone else the chance to reach it.”
There are many challenges that plague each and every woman today. Education, expenses of living, being able to get an equal pay as men would, health care choices and being able to do what they want to do with their own body; some would argue that these difficulties are nonexistent as of today – this, however is false. Years after...
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