Freedom, Liberty And Equality Essay

1346 Words Dec 8th, 2016 6 Pages
Liberty, freedom and equality is the basic vale of democratic countries. In most people’s view, American is the countries which is the most democratic country. In this country citizen has power to vote their president; in this country. However, several history expertise and socialists consider that the U.S. is a democratic country, but the Constitution of the U.S. is not democratic, because it is blind the slavery. This paper will critical analyze the freedom, liberty and equality for three forms of coercion, including slavery, woman power and Native American in the U.S. society during 1776 to 1865. As well demonstrate these coercion forms have strong impact on the development of American society and promoting the democracy in the U.S.
During the America history, it is always struggling with Slavery. It is the most controversial social problem in the history. The founding father Thomas Jefferson wrote “All man are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence. But it did not extend “freedom, liberty and equality” to black slaves, indentured servants, or women. He called slavery an “abominable crime,” Even in the constitution, the founding father ignore slavery issue. Moreover, most Southern Founders were slave owners, such as Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, James Madison and Patrick Henry. Even Jefferson and other founders who opposed slavery did not insist on abolishing it. After independent of the Brain, The U.S. was divided into two different type industry. On…

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