My name is Matt Winick and I like to study history and social justice. Also I enjoy writing letters to people ranging from celebrities through public officials including judges who I find inspiring to me or how I believe that they make a great difference.
Senator Richard Lugar
The Lugar Center
1717 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Dear Senator Lugar,
My name is Matthew Winick who has a strong interest in studying history, political science, world culture, and some business. I love studying these subjects because I have a strong interest in learning how society works, finding new ideas to make a world a better place. Recognize famous people including minorities, gender, people with disabilities, and people with different orientation to make a world a better place by advocating to end discrimination, and the need for human rights including reduction of nuclear weapons treaty to reduce war. When you were in the Senate I was amazed, moved, and proud for your leadership by joining Senator Ted Kennedy, Tom Harkin, George Mitchell, and Bob Dole to help pass American’s With Disability Act of 1990. I have autism with learning disability and it is hard for me with a disability because I have trouble comprehending subjects. The Americans with Disability Act helped benefit me because it helped me get an education in school, help protect me from discrimination, and helped give me to confidence to overcome my struggles. It helped me by having special education group help me with catching up on homework, having a T.A. to help me with subjects from elementary school to high school, also this act helped me with getting accommodations in school including college like extra time on exams including homework, take exams in a different setting to reduce distractions, and record lectures to help me take notes. Thank you Senator Lugar for your assistance on this important legislation with both parties.
Also In the Senate I truly respect you and your work as a moderate by supporting hate crime legislation to protect people who are different from hate crime, help protect the environment by using clean alternative energy with clean biofuel and energy efficient products to reduce pollution, and you work on immigration reform to help immigrants along with refugees to be protected from oppressive government. Your work on The Senate Foreign Relations Committee really amazed me by your work on getting Senators from both parties to help support human rights and reduce nuclear weapons. In my history class I enjoy learning how you teamed up with Democratic Senator Sam Nunn on Nunn-Lugar Act where the goal was to reduce with dismantle on nuclear weapons. Also later on your work with then Senator Barack Obama on Lugar- Obama Nuclear Proliferation Act where it reduce missiles and help the state department improve the ability to detect WMDs and other weapons. My dream is for a world to be a better place where there can be peace and reduction of nuclear missiles. My future goal is to plan on teaching history to help bring people together on ideas, help them understand the need for bipartisan, advance on Civil Rights to end discrimination, and the need for human rights and reduction of nuclear weapons to make a world a safe place. Thank you for your hard work being a bipartisan Senator to make a world a better place. Also thank you for taking the time to read my letter.
Matthew B. Winick
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