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The extreme self-reliance value of Emerson’s would destroy the exchange of American culture, art, and ideas that made America such a desirable place to live even in the 1840’s.

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[Title of your Assignment]Your nameYour instructors nameCourse #Your Institutions nameDate:Class NotesSelf-RelianceThe title of the essay suggests Self Reliance seems to be Emersons only virtue to the most extreme degree.individualismRalph Waldo Emersons essay on self-reliance was an eye opening paper into the practice of extreme individualism in America. Emerson seems un-AmericanIt seemed almost un-American to me when Emerson says, I sometimes succumb and give the dollar when he is talking about relief charities (272). It is absolutely senseless to not provide relief and charity to the people of your community, country, and world. Emersons extreme Self relianceAmerica is a country founded on the value of independence and free will, but Emerson takes this to an extreme. The possible result of extreme self-relianceThe extr

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