It is with great respect that this letter is written to you, the deciders of fate and of equity at the top of the United States Judicial System. There is, as you well know, a great cry of oppression coming from the shadows deep within the walls of United States social edicts. Our country, with it’s great accomplishments and many promises of hope, is certainly not perfect. It can be said that we should never take what we have in America for granted - the rights and freedoms we take full advantage of every day. The right to speak freely. The right to a fair and speedy trial. The right simply to write this letter to you. As we have progressed, we have made necessary changes to the Constitution in order to improve the effectivity and morality of our nation. We abolished slavery. We recognized women’s suffrage. We enforced the prohibition of alcohol. We repealed the prohibition of alcohol. We have learned from our mistakes, and have done so with only the greatest of intentions and purpose, in order to grow as and to remain the most powerful and advantageous country in the history of the world.
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