The Importance Of Beliefs In America

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America was built on the beliefs of those before us. Freedom, faith, right to bear arms and equality are just a few of these. These beliefs are what built our country. They were placed before us by many men in the Declaration of Independence. In order for our country to keep these beliefs, we need people who know these beliefs and act on them. America is a strong country which means we play a big role in this world. America is a country that others used to look up to but today we are starting to stray away from our original beliefs. This past summer, I became queen of my horse club. Being queen, I was chosen to carry the flag during the opening of the show. I felt a sense of pride for my country as I grabbed the flag and entered…show more content…
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