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What Does The Statue Of Liberty Stand For?

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The Statue stands for a greeting to immigrants from a different country or nation, she stands for a promise between America and France( the Americans helped France from being taken over by another country), a rejection against slavery, a love for all nations, and a walk of freedom, will, order, justice, and liberty for all Americans and all of the world.
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The statue of liberty stands for the Liberty Enlightening the World. It is derived from the French word La liberté éclairant le monde. This statue was given by the French to the United States in the year 1886. Today it stands at the Liberty Island, in the mouth of the Hudson River in New York Harbor as a welcome sign. This statue stands as a sign of friendship between the two countries. This statue was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.

The broken down manacles which are placed at the Lady Liberty's feet indicate liberation from oppression and tyranny. The USIA states that the seven spikes in the crown indicate the seven seas and seven continents. As the statue's name signifies, the torch signifies enlightenment. The tablet in her hand gives away the date of the nation's birth (July 4, 1776).
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She stands for freedom and the peace and alliance between France and America during the war
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Represents the friendship between two countries established during the American Revolution
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I think it stands for the symbol of freedom and the opportunity of what we get in life today and al we live. The statue of liberty is not just a statue that we hear about everyday,it has to stand for something and that is what I think it stands for everyday is to remember that what happen back then is freedom. And the opportunity is what you need to have to live a better life every day and that is what it stands for today and everyday I would live.
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Its a gift from France. It represents freedom and Independence in America.

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