Similarities Between The Declaration Of Independence And The Constitution

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How the US Declaration Relates with the Constitution
The constitution of the United States ratified in the 18th century has a number of similarities and differences to the declaration of independence documented on July 4, 1776 (Allen, 2015). These documents are significant to both the system of governance adopted by the United States and the responsibility of the government to protect the rights and freedoms of its citizens. This paper will focus on the relationship between the two documents. The paper will also highlight on the significance of the letter President Jefferson wrote in response to the Danbury Baptist letter to the his government in today’s American society.
To begin with similarities, both the declaration of independence and
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