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What is the meaning of all men are created equal?

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2017-04-21 04:55:37
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IT INCLUDED PEOPLE OF ALL RACES AND RELIGIONS. THE MEN WHO SIGNED THE RELIGION WERE FAR FROM A HOMOGENOUS MASH OF WHITE PROTESTANTS. CATHOLICS AND DEISTS WERE AMONG THE SIGNERS OF THIS DOCUMENT. SOLDIERS OF ALL RACES FROM WHITE TO BLACK TO NATIVE AMERICAN FOUGHT ON THE SIDE OF THE PATRIOTS IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

WOMAN ALSO PLAYED A CRUCIAL ROLE IN THE WAR EFFORT. MANY STEPPED ONTO THE FIELD OF BATTLE, MOSTLY DISGUSTED, FIGHTING FOR THE FREEDOM OF THEIR HOUSE AND HOME FROM BRITISH INVADERS. ITS TIME WE STOPPED PLAYING THE RACE AND GENDER CARD. IT'S TIME TO REALIZE THAT WHILE WE ARE ALL DIFFERENT, WE ARE CLOSER TO EACH OTHER THAN TO ANYTHING ELSE.

Check the dictionary: Men is the plural of man. Man refers to the whole species which does not exclude any human being.
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