posted by Anonymous on .
For someone to struggle for freedom (any sorts of freedom), do you need to be committed? And if you do, what are some ideas how being committed is helpful to attempt to gain freedom?
I thought of one point, I know you need to be committed to gain freedom because you need to keep your sights on it and never giving up. But, I need two more points and I can't think of any. If you can help me, please do!
What are some consequences does someone have to pay for struggling to gain freedom?
I thought of one point, consequences are sacrificing someone's freedom to gain freedom for the people. And I still need two points and again, if you could please help me, please do!
Sorry if my questions and/or answers are a bit awkward.
Be sure to read the last sentence of the Declaration of Independence:
"And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor."
What did the signers know they could lose if they lost to Britain?
What did people lose during the Civil War?
What did people lose during World War I?
What did people lose during WWII?
Be sure to repost when you've written up all your thoughts, and someone here will gladly critique your work.
Would you care to give me a direct answer, please? :)