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Question 1: How would viewing the statue change or add to their feelings of “the AmericanDream”?Question 2: after over 100 years, is the statue still a representation of freedom and the Americandream?E.The relationship between the possibleintentof the creator and your owninterpretationof itsmeaningQuestion 1: Did the creator see the statue becoming this huge attraction that it has become?Question 2: would the statue have the same awe factor of it was built today?
VI.Speculate on how you would go aboutansweringthese questions. For instance, whatsorts of things would you study about these kinds of artifacts and their contexts thatmight begin addressing these questions?I speculate that I will be using scholarly articles along with other news articles to answer thesequestions.References:Bigler, S. (2017). What the Statue of Liberty Symbolizes. Retrieved fromHistory & Culture. (n.d.). Retrieved fromThe statue of Liberty: The Meaning and Use of a National Symbol. (2010). Retrieved fromStatue ofLiberty (n.d.) retrieved from