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Name:Loy BallStudent ID:1737638Program(s) of Study (Major):Business Administration Specializing in Human ResourcesHUM 100 4-1-1 Short Answer: Intent for the Statue of Liberty1.Having read the articles presented in this learning block, reflect on how their discussion of intent and the changes to it affect your interpretation or understanding of the Statue of Liberty.From what I've read about the Statue of Liberty, I still hold firm on my statements from last week's discussion. I believe she is our modern-day Colossus of Rhodes. To me, she symbolizes the freedom our forefathers gave us in the constitution and bill of rights. Our protector from our enemies not only from foreign invaders but those who wish us harm from the inside. She symbolizes our victories as well as our defeats against others while guiding and giving us the strength to keep moving forward. Although she may no longer be a lighthouse, she is still a beacon of hope to those who have lost their way, seek freedom, happiness, and a better life from other countries or even within our own borders. When I