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    The Accomplishments of Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman was a black woman born into slavery. Harriet was an abolitionist and strongly believed that all slaves should be free. Harriet learned that her master had died and that she would be sold if she did not run away. At the age of twenty-five, Harriet left her plantation and was on the run to a free state (Harriet par 1). Harriet made her way ninety miles from Maryland to Philadelphia. There she began to work and make a living for herself. She

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    People A democracy is a system of government controlled by the people, not by one certain group or individual. In the Declaration of Independence it states that “all men are created equal,” an idea which leads to the concept that all citizens should have the same rights, responsibilities, and influence in the governing of their country. In writing the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson was trying to break his ties with the harsh and non-democratic rule of the British and begin a new, equal

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    Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence is perhaps the most masterfully written document of Western civilization. This essay seeks to illuminate that artistry by probing the discourse microscopically at the level of the sentence, phrase, word, and syllable. By approaching the Declaration in this way, we can shed light both on its literary qualities and on its rhetorical power as a work designed to convince the American colonies they were justified in seeking to establish

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    Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence was brought forth in a unanimous act to Declare the thirteen United States of America to become Independent. This was taken place on July 4, 1776 by the Second Continental Congress for the citizens of the United States. It was then published on January 18, 1777. At this time in history, the values, attitudes, and beliefs held within the country are introduced to us the same as our present day because we as a country still base our freedom

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    The Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence for the American colonists to proclaim freedom from Great Britain's oppressor, King George III. American colonists had been suffering for many years when this important document was drafted. King George III had pushed the colonists into a state of tyranny and most decided it was time to start an independent nation under a different type of government. Jefferson focused his piece toward many audiences. He wanted

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    History Report About two months ago I still thought that the Declaration of Independence was something written a few hundred years ago, and was very famous, but had no real historical value. I just thought it was a nice thing, and after it became famous was adapted as a work of art. And to be honest I didnt even know what signifagance it had and how much it really did for out country. But after reading the Declaration of Independence, by Carl Becker, I found out what it really meant. In this report

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    revolutionary, but that did not mean it was perfect either. The Enlightenment inspired the colonists to aspire for a better government; a better way of life. It led them to writing the Declaration of Independence, an ideal document freeing the new Americans. But did either the Enlightenment or the Declaration of Independence truly help all or just privileged white males? I believe it is safe to assume that nearly all Americans are familiar with the infamous “life, liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness”

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    The Declaration of Independence is what got this beautiful country started as a team. The writers of the Declaration of Independence didn’t always agree on everyone’s ideas but they came together and made up a document that set rules and facts on how the country is going to be ran. Our founding fathers put their lives on the line to make this document to make this place great. Each father has a unique story behind him on how he got to where he was the day they signed the Declaration of Independence

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    The Declaration of Independence is a document that was used to declare Independence for the 13 colonies from England on July 4th 1776. The Declaration of Independence is made up of three main parts. The Declaration of Independence came to be when it was chosen in the second Continental congress to cut their ties to England and allow the thirteen colonies be their own country. The thirteen colonies had representatives from each colony at the Second Continental Congress in which they made their goals

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    Summary of “Declaration of Independence” (US 1776) Jefferson, Thomas. “Declaration of Independence” 1776. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript In “The Declaration of Independence,” written by members of the Congress in 1776. The declaration was written so their colonies can be free and an independent states that detached them from Great Britain. Besides alleviating the King from the 13 colonies, the declaration lets them have full power on what independent states may have

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