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The concept of Soveriegnity in the Making of the American People sovPerPeignPty n pl sovPerPeignPties 1 Supremacy of authority or rule as exercised by a sovereign or sovereign state 2 Royal rank authority or power 3 Complete independence and self-government 4 A territory existing as an independent state Submitted to Jamil Rasheed History Culture of North America Submitted by Umair Bin Zubair 2001-02-0132 K 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 K The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen United States of America in Congress July 4 1776 The making of a nation is strongly related to the development and stregthening of different factors which include tradeculture and interests among other factors Before discussing the factor we have to understand the background and the underlying reason which lead to the building of nations and the strive for soveriegnty The purpose of this research paper is to understand identify and interrelate the factors governing the concept of sovereignty in the formation of the American Nation Ill start by defining what the concept of soveriegnty means in the true sense of the word and then reflect upon the developing the concept in the early North America Ill discuss economic factors governing the nation-building in North America including early trade on the river routes and the mechanized trade routes of the railroads the generation of surplus through agriculture land resources and other industrial units Then I will concentrate on the strengthening of the idea of soveriegnity throught the immigration of people of diverse cultures professional background classes and ideologies The effect
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