The United States of America was right to join World War One

The United States of America was right to join World War One. Before the United States had joined, it was the Central Powers and the Allied Powers fighting each other. In the Central powers, there was: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire. In the Allied Powers, it was Brittian, Russia, and France. When the United States joined, they became part of the Allied Powers. The United States was right to be in World War One because they needed to defend their people and they needed to show that they care about their people and would not stand to be betrayed. The people who think the United States should not have joined say that because they say it wasn’t the United State’s fight, and that fewer people would have died if they hadn’t. The United States of America was right to join World War One. Before the United States had joined, it was the Central Powers and the Allied Powers fighting each other.

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Just like in real life

Just like in real life, eating in stories and books can mean more than just eating. In “I’m not your Perfect Mexican daughter” stopping to eat a meal together happens in almost every scene. Looking further into what meals can represent, there is conclusive evidence they could represent communion or the breaking of bread.  Communion does not just have one meaning, it can mean multiple different things such as the religious observance, a meal shared with a family or an intimate relationship. Webster’s dictionary defines communion as “intimate fellowship or rapport”. While communion may have separate meanings. In Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter food is a scarcity. Julia the main character of the book and her family are living below the poverty line and they struggle to keep food in the refrigerator.

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The temperance movement

The temperance movement was the best example of bringing the most social change to everyday Americans. In the 1830s alcohol abuse was something that was not a stranger to anyone. The average American, over fifteen years of age, in the 1830s consumed three times as much alcohol as we do today. Many women were dependent on men from their lack of recognition during this time. Women didn’t have any laws or rights for themselves, so they put trust into men's support. When women were not granted men's support, so they started an anti-alcohol movement. These anti-alcohol movements were trying to achieve change from men constantly being under the influence of alcohol.

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