In the two most populous.S. He only meant for a world of harmony and compromise, where possession was not nearly as important as the man next to you. Indeed, more than a quarter.S. That leaves 57 of Catholics who were born in the.S. It has turned out to be nothing like he had anticipated or hoped for. Our research also has documented the decline of Catholics as a share of the.S. Hughes most important line throughout the poem is when he swears America will be what he has dreamed. Although these people suffered, he goes on to mention the America will still follow the same ways of the old land, where the mighty crush the weak, and once again equality is forgotten. Fully one-third of people in the New York City metropolitan area identify as Catholic (33 compared with about a quarter of Philadelphians (26).
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Let America be the dream colonization of John Smith To Virginia dreamers dreamed- Let it be that great strong land of love where never kings connive nor tyrants scheme that any man be crushed by one above. Is 49 years old four years older than it was in 2007. This person asks, who are you that mumbles in the dark, inquiring that there are many people who have become satisfied with America. When it comes to race and ethnicity, Catholics in different areas of the country are very different. This line shows the desperate need for a land where every man is free. This was purposely done to set a mood and to let the readers full attention reflect on his plead. After leading the reader to see how others were never granted that which America was to give, he describes how and why this still occurs. In the beginning, Hughes seems to have fairly regular quatrains with a refrain in between the three of them. Has shifted somewhat from the Northeast and Midwest toward the South and West regions of the country. Catholics) are from elsewhere in the Americas.