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As time goes on different things from our history become more and more important and influential It takes time to see how an event could be influential And what does it influence On September 11 2001 our nation was rattled with the terrorist attacks against our nation It was a huge event in our history However time will tell how influential this event is What does it influence Will it influence our way of life more as the years go by It took a good twenty thirty years or so before non-segregated schools were truly non-segregated So what makes an event truly important in our history What makes an event leave such an impact that it sticks out strongly in your mind The answer is simply the lasting effect it has on our society and how strong it made us in the end There are three main events that have truly shaped our nation and society as it is today The first of these events would be womens right to vote Women make up a huge percentage of Americans population By suppressing that large number you blatantly ignore a powerful force When women gained the right to vote in 1920 the nation gained a powerful voice Amendment 19 gave women the right to vote and it made our nation stronger After that the entire nations citizens could vote thus allowing the nations voice to be heard This amendment is one of the best amendments there is It not only shows that women have a powerful voice and position in society but also that women are equal to their husbands brothers and fathers The American character was shaped by the ability to go West The second event is the conquest of the West In the 1800s Americans unitized their freedom and moved west Settlers faced hard times once they settled and began their lives on the frontier but they stuck together strong united as one
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