No man is an island

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According to the view of John Donne, "No man is an island, entire of itself. Everyman is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.  In this quote Donne is trying to express his ideas that no man can survive on his own as everyman for himself. Man can only survive the challenges brought on by life if they work together as one in society. Donne's quote makes a good statement that fits his views on how our society has worked together by taking part in each "piece of the continent. 

No man acted as an island after the American Revolution. Once the Americans won back their land in America, they had to stick together to show Britain they were fully capable of maintaining their own form of government. Even when it came to the fact of creating a new form of government, the colonists still stuck together in helping make the deciding factors. Each group of people had

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