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Freedom never came free What have we the people of this world gone through and how have we suffered to attain freedom To have the freedom we have today First of all one has to put into consideration all of the wars that our country has fought to assure not only our freedom but also the freedom of other countries For example World War II We saw one small nation after another being struck downEthiopia Austria Czechoslovakia and Albania We knew the United States would be in danger if the Axis conquered all the countries of Europe and Asia That was why we had to strike back when Pearl Harbor was bombed We had to protect our own freedom and the freedom of others as well Then there came the Korean War in 1950 To protect South Korea from being thrown under Communist rule our country decided to intervene The United States alone lost over 30000 people Thats 30000 too many Was it worth it Well I believe freedom is our birthright We should not have had to fight for it I believe it is something that should have been given to us from the beginning It cost us at least one life Well why dont we define life Life is a process we all go through in which we are born and then we die However what you do with your life and how you live it is what makes it count and what makes living worthwhile With that being said freedom is priceless It should not have cost us so many lives but the harsh reality is it did Therefore it is so upsetting when I see people take advantage of their freedom They should realize how much other people had to suffer to bring them the freedom we all have today For instance some of the people who take it for granted are the ones who commit crimes In harming
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