Importance Of Sovereignty

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Some people wonder where we got our sovereignty from and how it applies to us. Well as Steve Groves stated in his article “Sovereignty is a simple idea which is that the United States is an independent nation, governed by the American people, that controls its own affairs.” This is basically saying “we the people” get to choose and vote for what happens in America. For example, every four years there is an election for a president. As citizens of America, we have an to opportunity to vote for who we want to be our leader. We fought for our sovereignty in 1776. It gave us our roots into being our own independent country. As Steve Groves says“When America declared its independence in 1776, the Declaration described Americans as “one people”…show more content…
However we do have a government system in place. The government cannot change if the United States has Sovereignty or not. The overall purpose of our government is no better stated by the Preamble. (U.S Preamble) “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” So sovereignty is important and can lead to many advantages that people love today. You may not know all the things you can do in America, but everything you do on a daily is possible because of…show more content…
Some of the very known advantages of having sovereignty in the U.S, is that we of course get to run our country. We elect who we want to be our president, government officials, judges, and so on. That becomes huge to the United States for numerous reasons. For example, if we couldn't elect who we wanted to run our country we would have a communist country. And that's not good for many reasons. In fact sovereignty attracts people to our country. For example, people who live in North Korea, which is a communist country, move to America because life is better. If the U.S did not have sovereignty, our population would be cut in half of what it currently is. The more people we have is an advantage to the United States because we make more money. So the United States having sovereignty gives us more people. The more people we have helps pay off our country’s debt and provides a bigger and more powerful military. Another good thing about having more people in the United States is that we don't need to worry about having too many jobs available. Having jobs filled is good for the economy for boosting, making money, and getting everything done much faster. Another advantage of sovereignty is that it's gives us our rights to do any outside forces we want. For example, in America we can go to McDonald's any time of the day. But in North Korea, which doesn't have sovereignty, had to eat the

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