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Juan's Pursuit Of Hapiness

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Talks about the pursuit of hapiness, where it orginated from, and what it means to me.

Talks about the pursuit of hapiness, where it orginated from, and what it means to me.

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  • 1. Juan Millan My Pursuit Of Happiness
  • 2. Thomas Jefferson
    • Born April 13, 1743 in the state of Virginia.
    • He was inspired by the ideas of John Locke.
    • He later went on to become many things such as state legislature, governor,
    • Congressman, minister to France, secretary of state, vice president, and finally President of the United States.
    • After presidency he helped with the founding of the University of Virginia.
  • 3. Pursuit Of Happiness
    • Some believe it came from John Locke others believe that the phrase came from Sir Williams Blackstone’s Commentaries on the laws of England.
    • The right to legally pursue whatever business, vocation, or thing that makes you happy.
    “ We hold these Truths to be self-evident , that all Men are created equal , that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights , that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness .”
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • I go to Calvine High School.
    • I Like that I could make up my credits.
    • The teachers are always willing to help you with anything.
    • It has good parking
    Where I Go To School
  • 6. Something I Like To Do
    • For My pursuit of happiness I try to do good at school.
    • The most important people to me is my family.
    • I like fast cars.
  • 7.
    • I don’t let anyone decide for me what I can and can’t do.
  • 8. I f I R a n F o r P r e s i d e n t
    • I feel helping kids stay in school is important because I’ve seen a lot of drop outs. Also promote being nice to people.
  • 9. My Most Important Individual Right
    • My most important would be the 1 st amendment which is freedom of speech and religion and gives people the right to protest unjust laws.
  • 10. Citizens Are Responsible For..
    • Obeying Laws
    • Paying Taxes
    • Jury Duty
    • Registering For Draft
    • Voting At elections.
  • 11. What Can We Do to Make The World A Better Place..
    • We can stop polluting the environment with old cars and take them to cash for clunkers
    • We can learn to respect everybody's differences.
    • We can get educated.
  • 12. My Future
    • In 5 years I don’t know where I’m a be but I know I will have a job and a degree.
    • I will get there through my education.

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