A Profound and Deeply Moving Essay on American History

I don't know much, but-

We, as a country, have come a long way since 1492 when Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Our history is full of progress and digress. Revolution and rebellion, and several instances of those two being one in the same. This particular essay begins in New York in 1848 and weaves it’s way through trial, tribulation, and tenacity until 1975 in Washington, DC. But wait, there’s more! Not only is history a part of the past, but it is a very staunch part of our present. These events have molded our society into what it is today, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health. By the power vested in me, by the HIST-1493-TR0F history class, I now present to you: A Profound and Deeply Moving Essay on American History.

The women’s movement began at Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. The Seneca Falls…

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9 thoughts on “A Profound and Deeply Moving Essay on American History

      1. Yes ma’am, I know that it is your own. But in all honesty, I have written many things that weren’t favorites of mine, sometimes I even write articles that I totally disagree with just to try to get folks to think outside their comfort zones and/or just to get people to think a bit deeper on a subject matter than they usually do. Sometimes in writing such articles, I find that I myself am digging deeper than I ever have on a particular item or event. I meant no disrespect to you Ms. Kala.


    1. Thank you for doing that for her, I also thought that it was an excellent article, I am pleased that you also liked it. Thank you for taking the time to comment, I appreciate you.


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