MEMORIES IN THE CONSTITUTION
MEMORIES-  The act or fact of retaining and recalling impressions, facts, etc; rebrance; recollection. In my definition, it means is to keep all memories from the hard work we had to do to get the freedom of our country. We need to remember all the blood, sweat, and tears our soldiers had to do to get our freedom.external image images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRxRS8aq7p1X3JNLigIIEYnOyo9Ch_If4EbAqx5V7lA24lgCE4&t=1&usg=__PpailN25g4-Q4c4B2cqaQAmt6YQ= We need to also remember the leaders we had to lead us into getting our freedom that we have today. I just think that we need to keep all Memories. If we keep those Memories, then we will know the steps when we are in trouble in the future and need the steps to succeed. We need to remember when George Washington was our first President, we need to remeber when we made our first Constitution, we need to remeber when Martin Luther King led blacks to freedom, and so on. Those Memories we need to keep until the United States of America is dead. But if know and do the memeories are leaders did, America will live forever.





I chose this picture to represent Memories because this Memory is when we wrote our Constitution. That Constituion represents who we are as a country. It tells the other countries how we act in America word for word. It gives us hope when we need help. It tells us what we should do about situtations that we cant fix by ourselves. I think that we need to know those types of Memories, that is why I chose this picture. Keep all Memories, to have a future Memory.

"The enumeration in the Consituion, of certain rights, shall not ne constructed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." From the Constitution


Created By Bryndon Bush

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