We are a nation that is not happy.
But for the last 100 years, we’ve been able to find a good deal of joy in the things that happened.
And that has made the joy in life possible.
So when I was on vacation in Hawaii, I thought, “Why not have a look back at some of the most joyful tidings that have been happening in this country in the last century?”
And it was a lot of fun.
So I’m not going to say that I found the happiest of things, but I think I found some of them.
One of the happiest was a story about the birth of America.
In 1859, Thomas Edison was born in the state of New York.
The United States of America was founded in 1776.
In that same year, the first electric light bulb was invented.
And the story of America started with Thomas Edison.
But it was during this time that people started to dream of what the future could be.
The world was changing and the American people were starting to feel more and more like a global community.
In 1893, Thomas Jefferson, the father of the Declaration of Independence, founded the first nation, the United States.
The Declaration of Liberty, the Constitution, was written in 1802 and became the basis of the Constitution that we have today.
And in 1821, the Supreme Court ruled that states could not pass laws that discriminated against African Americans.
These decisions were so important because they changed the nature of the law.
It was the first time in American history that the law was not written on stone.
The Supreme Court decision also gave birth to a new kind of social justice.
People began to feel a sense of belonging and community.
And over time, they realized that people who were different were not entitled to the same rights that everyone else was.
The people of the United Kingdom, the country that would become the United State of America, were very unhappy with the way that the United Nations was being run and how it was being governed by the United Nation.
But they didn’t want to be the one to break that treaty.
So in 1901, they sent the British ambassador to the United Sates to negotiate a new treaty with the United Nations.
It called for a free trade agreement between the United states and the rest of the world.
And this agreement was negotiated by President William McKinley and the first secretary of state, William Jennings Bryan.
The Secretary of State William Seward and his secretary, James Buchanan, were both very well-known figures in American politics.
They had come up with the idea of an international trade agreement.
And they thought it was something that could bring the United United States and other nations closer together and create more opportunities for the American working class.
So they put together a delegation of their people, including the presidents of Mexico, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, the Philippines, and the British, to go to Paris to negotiate the new treaty.
And as they were arriving in Paris, the French government ordered them out.
And then President McKinley called the president of France and said, “Mr. McKinley, we don’t want you here.
I want you to come back here and negotiate with the French.”
The French president was very disappointed.
He was afraid that McKinley was going to be hostile.
And McKinley went back to London and went back and negotiated with the British.
And when McKinley returned to Washington, he told President Buchanan that he had been very disappointed in the British attitude.
And Buchanan, being a British man, was very unhappy at the way the British were treating the United Americans.
He said, Mr. McKinsey, we have been negotiating this with you for three years and we have never heard a word from you.
And he told him to get out.
It is a long, long time ago.
And I can’t remember exactly when he said that.
But by this time, he was a long way from Paris and he had a little bit of a reputation as a stubborn man.
But the British never had any desire to give up.
They were always going to fight for whatever they wanted to fight.
They just did not want to give the United American people the opportunity to learn that they were not right.
And so they said, if you will come back to Paris, we’ll let you negotiate with us.
So President Buchanan was sent back.
And President McKinsey was not going back.
He decided that it was time to negotiate with France, the British government.
And one of the things he did was to ask that we, the Americans, pay the French.
And there was a very large difference in terms of the terms of that agreement.
France had agreed to pay us for the services that we would provide.
But President McKinney said, we’re going to make our own terms and that we will not have to pay anything.
The French were furious. They did