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The Book Essay

328 words - 2 pages

Erica Jaigua English 101-124

Promoting "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness"

Hindering "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness


Education can take you some place higher. You can have a big change of life with this.

No education, people won't know what to do. ...view middle of the document...


Can pay the medicines and the checkups. This helps out a lot of families that sometimes can't pay off the medicines.

People won't be able to pay checkups or medicine whereas their children may die.


It helps have fewer criminals. Following the laws is something people should forward to.

Criminals will be everywhere. People would be all over the place. There will be no organization.

Shopping/Ability to Buy Things

Money can take to many places or take you shopping; it could be clothes utensils etc. but it's for personal stuff.

Sometimes people may not have something to wear or have tools they need.


The media has taught us a lot of stuff. With the mistakes from others we can learn not to do them.

Media has a lot of stuff that people can learn from whereas drugs alcohol are visible.

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