The Constraints of Indifference on Freedom vanderbilt dio
In the concluding paragraph of Erick Foner's "The Story of American Freedom" he says that "Americans have sometimes believed they enjoy the greatest freedom of all - freedom from history" (Foner, 332). However, that belief is predicated upon a lie, for the simple reason that it is impossible to look to the future without honoring the past. Americans enjoy many freedoms, but freedom from history is not one of them. In order to succeed in our preservation of freedom, we must heed to the wisdom of our four fathers and our history and not fall victim to indifference. No man is more aware of th…
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