This book is dedicated to all of the people who lived here before us. The Native Americans who lived here fi rst. The Afro-Americans who were brought over in boats. The passengers from other lands and indentured servants who also traveled here to live. All who helped make America our Land it is today. Giving us the right to make choices and our Freedom of our Constitution. In our America we decide our Worship in our way of life, raise our family, giving hope for tomorrow, and being happy in our world. Vote who our President is and who runs our Congress and Senate. the set boundaries and make the laws we live by. We have the right to challenge and change them. May we always have the ability to do this and help others when they are in need of help. The world belongs to all of us—Ours to take care of and keep it safe for the future nations . . . mac
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