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Write a five-paragraph essay that answers the following question: Have Americans lived up the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Indpendence? Your essay must include the following elements: An Introduction with a thesis statement that states your perspective on the essay question. Three body paragraphs that include: a topic sentence that states one argument supporting your thesis statement, at least two pieces of evidence ( visual details, facts, data, examples, or quotations) that support the topic sentence. For the first two body paragraphs, use evidence from Placards 2A-2R. For the third paragraph use evidence from current events or from your own experience. A one-or-two-sentence explanation of how each piece of evidence supports the topic sentence or thesis statement. The conclusion must include a reworded version of your thesis statement and a summary of your main arguments.

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