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A Wounded Nation Everyday human rights are violated These rights established long ago by the English are taken away by people who are either jealous greedy or racist against people Human Rights are a persons basic right to life liberty and happiness without fear of vengeance Several people realize that the violations of human rights presents a big problem in the United States Despite the growing number of human rights violations most cases occurred in the south For years southerners have felt superior to many groups including Indians Women and especially Blacks When the Europeans arrived in the New World they quickly drove the Indians off of their homelands These people were pushed onto unfamiliar lands in addition to learning new methods of survival Consequently many people became frustrated and angry Indians were beaten and forced to show the white men how to hunt and grow crops while they wallowed in wealth and sovereignty The story of Pocahontas and John Smith is a perfect example of how Indians and Europeans fought over land and authority Many Indians were forced to leave the homelands they cherished to the White Men As a result the rights the Indians once had were gone forever Women have also suffered human rights violations For years they were considered to be inferior to men Most women in United States history were not given the right vote or work outside the home until the early 1900s Unfortunately they were not allowed to go to school Instead they were expected to stay home and learn how to cook take care of children and become housewives Several women were forced to reside in their homes where they were considered property by their husbands Yet some women were lucky enough to find jobs outside of their home Despite new womens rights passed during the 1900s women still suffered discrimination at every turn They were paid smaller wages kept ignorant in schools and treated
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