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"Freedom for all" has always only evercome with the footnote, "some restrictions may apply." <Cinders>Hughes protested on how America made of, it was still controlled by the strong andrich, while the minority suffers. The immigrants came to grasp the ‘American dream’ butthey ended up in the same old evil chain and found that their dream almost died. Theycannot enjoy the freedom and the opportunity that this country had even though they didthe big job of building America.
However, we could see that the people told in the poem did not want to give up.They still want to get their ‘American dream’, and had faith that someday America willbe the true land of freedom and equality where mankind from many races gather andpursuit their happiness fairly.Come to the analysis of ‘I, Too, Sing America.’ It means that someone in this poemacknowledging himself as the people of America. He sings America anthem, and think ofhimself as American, but however, we can read a satire expression in the title of ‘I, Too,Sing America.”‘I, Too, Sing America.’ Tells us about a black slave in his master’s house. He thinkshe is not really different with the white, even in fact, he calls himself ‘darker brother’ but—ironically—he could not eat in the same place as them (the Caucasians). In a situation

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