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Reexamining the Statue of Liberty: Different Perspectives on History and the Promise of America.

@article{Maguth2013ReexaminingTS,
  title={Reexamining the Statue of Liberty: Different Perspectives on History and the Promise of America.},
  author={Brad M. Maguth and Josh Dustman and M. Kerr},
  journal={Social studies and the young learner},
  year={2013},
  volume={25},
  pages={9-14}
}
The Statue of Liberty has traditionally served as a symbol of freedom and liberty for citizens in the United States and around the world. Lady Liberty was often the first symbol European immigrants saw as they arrived in New York Harbor. Many of them were escaping dire conditions back home and seeking a better future for themselves and their families.1 Immigrants often viewed the statue as a symbol of the freedom and liberty they hoped to find in the United States. History, however, reveals… Expand
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