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The American Dream - Reveries (-Träumereien) und Realities The Statue of liberty > Frederic Auguste Bartholdi → Liberty Enlightening the world INTENTIONS & REPRESENTATION~ Lasting friendship between the peoples of the two nations > mutual desire for Liberty > Edouard de Laboulay - freedom & democracy > Alliance of France and us during American Revolution (1775-1783) > French Revolution (1789-1799)- hope for democratic Reforms Enlighten the nation torch of knowledge > Facing France > Friendship >walking into light of liberty 13 layers of granite Original 13 colonies > Shields →> states of the union >light of liberty > to the world > 7 continents.7 seas, sun > 15 gemstones (windows) 7 shining jewel of nation for the world > the law >4.July 1776 Decleration of Independence > Admiring America's > LOWS > Law = freedom, justice and liberty Greek robe embodies greek goddess > Libertas ->broken chains at her feet > escape of chains of tyranny > Great Britain trapped" America American Dream-main idea > anybody can achieve anything, no matter how great the odds are against him or her > with a strong will and hard work, anybody can go from poverty to great wealth The Founding Fathers > Founding fathers of the United States Group of American Leaders • they: → Historian Richard B.Morris identified the following & figures as the key founding fathers in 1973: 0 1 John Adams 2 Benjamin Franklin 3 Alexander HaMIHOD 4 John Jay > they were DREAMERS 5 Thomas Jefferson 6 7ames Madison 7. George Washington → united the thirteen colonies →led war for independance → built a...

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frame of government they believed eg. that it was possible to run a country on the principles of personal liberty, self-governance and individual rights Decleration of Independance 1776 → 'all men are created equal' → posession of inalienable (-unverzichtbar) rights' • liberty and pursuit of happiness → it stated that the American colonies would no longer be a part of Great Britain and that they would form their own country → contains goals and ideals of the nation Complaints of the colonists against the British King reasons for why they wanted to be free of british rule war of independance/The American Revolution → insurrection (=Aufstand) that was fought between 1775 &1783 → 13 of Great Britain's North American colonies threw off British rule to establish (=grunden) the sovereign (superior) U.S. of America founded with the Decleration of Independance (1776) After the American Revolution 1787 > the founding Fathers drafted the US Constitution > established a government with three seperate and independant branches that watch over one another LEGASLATIVE > the V.S. Capitol 2 . EXECUTIVE > the white house. System of CHECKS AND BALANCES~~ Constitutional changes 1791 Bill of Rights > Supposed to prevent any of the branches of becoming +00 powerful >who do these rights affect (D.0.1 and B.O.R) > ensures the individual rights and freedoms of American Citizens by limiting the power of the government .e.g. can't establish the religion of the nation - clear seperation of church and state •Freedom of speech, the press, religion, assembly.petition the govenment JUDICAL the supreme court did not apply to everyone - e.g. Blacks did not achieve full legal equality The Civil Rights Movement 1940-1960 > organized effort by black Americans • to end racial discrimination . • gain equal rights under the law ● mostly non-violant GOAL post-racial society Mayflower Compact and the Decleration of Independance The Mayflower Compact > first political agreement for self-government in America > signed 21st November 1620 > necessary because Pilgrims were going to settel in area outside the juristiction of their Patent (=permit license) by the Virginia Compony of London > Pilgrim leaders persuaded 4 of male adults on board to sign the Mayflower Compact and set up a government in Plymouth colony The Decleration of Independance > thirteen American colonies announced their freedom from British rule > Thomas Jefferson drafted the Decleration of Independance > 4th July 1776 birthday of the US The Mayflower Compact > origin of government: Gods Grace, God provides the sord >goals of government: 1 bring glory to god 2 advance the christian faith 3 bring honour to king and Country 4 order and perseve themselves → spiritual and physical state > is rebellion legitamate? • not happy with the King •demonstration of continvieng their loyality, submission and obedience • Christian view on politics -Submit to establish authorities - not acting in rebellion but submitting The Decleration of Independance > human beings are the makers of just governments and can also become unmakers >rights to life, liberty and Pursuit of hapiness →no emphasis on spiritual aspects > men make government, just government and can destroy unjust government 7 > human beings drive the Process and make the judgeme whether or not government is legitamate > can be destroyed if not Thomas Jefferson Speech → P.167 Abraham Lincan speech →p.167 (Example Analysis) The Civil Rights Movement - fighting for freedom and equality 1950s & 19603 •demonstrating and fighting for human and civil rights forcing government to quarantee constitutional rights -right to vote, attend public facilities etc. . segregation seperation of races in all areas of life • public facilities seperated for whites and for blacks Jim Crow Laws injustice since 17th century • 800 • system of white supremacy • discrimination against African Americans - denied civil rights of blacks remained intact until the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s Civil Rights Act 1964 • racist practices were banned . • unlawful to discriminate because of race, national origin, religion or sex 1863 Abraham Lincoln signs Emancipation Proclamation -official abolishment of slavery 1850 1865 slavery abolishment by law 15th Amendment Blacks may vote 1866 Black Codes + KU KIUX Kian racial segregation 1900 equal but seperate 1957 M.L.K support the Protest Movement with SCLL black Tynchings NAACP Civil Rights organisation 1910 ALM 1950 1955/6 Rosa Park arrested + Montgomery bus boycott 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American President 2000 "I have a dream" 450

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The American Dream - Reveries (-Träumereien) und Realities The Statue of liberty > Frederic Auguste Bartholdi → Liberty Enlightening the world INTENTIONS & REPRESENTATION~ Lasting friendship between the peoples of the two nations > mutual desire for Liberty > Edouard de Laboulay - freedom & democracy > Alliance of France and us during American Revolution (1775-1783) > French Revolution (1789-1799)- hope for democratic Reforms Enlighten the nation torch of knowledge > Facing France > Friendship >walking into light of liberty 13 layers of granite Original 13 colonies > Shields →> states of the union >light of liberty > to the world > 7 continents.7 seas, sun > 15 gemstones (windows) 7 shining jewel of nation for the world > the law >4.July 1776 Decleration of Independence > Admiring America's > LOWS > Law = freedom, justice and liberty Greek robe embodies greek goddess > Libertas ->broken chains at her feet > escape of chains of tyranny > Great Britain trapped" America American Dream-main idea > anybody can achieve anything, no matter how great the odds are against him or her > with a strong will and hard work, anybody can go from poverty to great wealth The Founding Fathers > Founding fathers of the United States Group of American Leaders • they: → Historian Richard B.Morris identified the following & figures as the key founding fathers in 1973: 0 1 John Adams 2 Benjamin Franklin 3 Alexander HaMIHOD 4 John Jay > they were DREAMERS 5 Thomas Jefferson 6 7ames Madison 7. George Washington → united the thirteen colonies →led war for independance → built a...

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frame of government they believed eg. that it was possible to run a country on the principles of personal liberty, self-governance and individual rights Decleration of Independance 1776 → 'all men are created equal' → posession of inalienable (-unverzichtbar) rights' • liberty and pursuit of happiness → it stated that the American colonies would no longer be a part of Great Britain and that they would form their own country → contains goals and ideals of the nation Complaints of the colonists against the British King reasons for why they wanted to be free of british rule war of independance/The American Revolution → insurrection (=Aufstand) that was fought between 1775 &1783 → 13 of Great Britain's North American colonies threw off British rule to establish (=grunden) the sovereign (superior) U.S. of America founded with the Decleration of Independance (1776) After the American Revolution 1787 > the founding Fathers drafted the US Constitution > established a government with three seperate and independant branches that watch over one another LEGASLATIVE > the V.S. Capitol 2 . EXECUTIVE > the white house. System of CHECKS AND BALANCES~~ Constitutional changes 1791 Bill of Rights > Supposed to prevent any of the branches of becoming +00 powerful >who do these rights affect (D.0.1 and B.O.R) > ensures the individual rights and freedoms of American Citizens by limiting the power of the government .e.g. can't establish the religion of the nation - clear seperation of church and state •Freedom of speech, the press, religion, assembly.petition the govenment JUDICAL the supreme court did not apply to everyone - e.g. Blacks did not achieve full legal equality The Civil Rights Movement 1940-1960 > organized effort by black Americans • to end racial discrimination . • gain equal rights under the law ● mostly non-violant GOAL post-racial society Mayflower Compact and the Decleration of Independance The Mayflower Compact > first political agreement for self-government in America > signed 21st November 1620 > necessary because Pilgrims were going to settel in area outside the juristiction of their Patent (=permit license) by the Virginia Compony of London > Pilgrim leaders persuaded 4 of male adults on board to sign the Mayflower Compact and set up a government in Plymouth colony The Decleration of Independance > thirteen American colonies announced their freedom from British rule > Thomas Jefferson drafted the Decleration of Independance > 4th July 1776 birthday of the US The Mayflower Compact > origin of government: Gods Grace, God provides the sord >goals of government: 1 bring glory to god 2 advance the christian faith 3 bring honour to king and Country 4 order and perseve themselves → spiritual and physical state > is rebellion legitamate? • not happy with the King •demonstration of continvieng their loyality, submission and obedience • Christian view on politics -Submit to establish authorities - not acting in rebellion but submitting The Decleration of Independance > human beings are the makers of just governments and can also become unmakers >rights to life, liberty and Pursuit of hapiness →no emphasis on spiritual aspects > men make government, just government and can destroy unjust government 7 > human beings drive the Process and make the judgeme whether or not government is legitamate > can be destroyed if not Thomas Jefferson Speech → P.167 Abraham Lincan speech →p.167 (Example Analysis) The Civil Rights Movement - fighting for freedom and equality 1950s & 19603 •demonstrating and fighting for human and civil rights forcing government to quarantee constitutional rights -right to vote, attend public facilities etc. . segregation seperation of races in all areas of life • public facilities seperated for whites and for blacks Jim Crow Laws injustice since 17th century • 800 • system of white supremacy • discrimination against African Americans - denied civil rights of blacks remained intact until the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s Civil Rights Act 1964 • racist practices were banned . • unlawful to discriminate because of race, national origin, religion or sex 1863 Abraham Lincoln signs Emancipation Proclamation -official abolishment of slavery 1850 1865 slavery abolishment by law 15th Amendment Blacks may vote 1866 Black Codes + KU KIUX Kian racial segregation 1900 equal but seperate 1957 M.L.K support the Protest Movement with SCLL black Tynchings NAACP Civil Rights organisation 1910 ALM 1950 1955/6 Rosa Park arrested + Montgomery bus boycott 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American President 2000 "I have a dream" 450