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    We Are Created Equal Declaration of Independence of the United States is a political document of the thirteen colonies declaring independence and free of King’s tyranny. Human rights and liberties of American citizens were officially announced to the public for the first time. The sovereignty principle of the Continental Congress was a challenge to the British colonization in North America as well as it affected to other tyrannical monarchies that dominated throughout the European continent. The

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    the “United States Declaration of Independence” which was published on July 4th, 1776. It was written by Thomas Jefferson and adopted by the Second Continental Congress, states the reasons the British colonies of North America sought independence in July of 1776. The declaration opens with a preamble describing the document's necessity, in explaining why the colonies have overthrown their ruler, and chosen to take their place as a separate nation, and to be independent in the world. The United States

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    penned their names. History was made, and was born the Declaration of Independence. When the Declaration of Independence was written, another document was drafted called the Articles of Confederation. This document was written to establish the government in the new country. Even though it lasted ten years, the Articles were not entirely successful. A new document was drafted and on the 17th of September 1787, the Constitution was signed. (United States Archives) Relations between the Colonists and Great

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    which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world. He has refuted his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good. He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended

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    One of America’s earliest actions when declaring themselves to be “free and independent”, was writing the Declaration of Independence. Within these documents were the five ideals, which include equality, liberty, opportunity, rights, and democracy all which are fundamental and vital to the progress of this country. However, multiple occasions are seen throughout history in which the government has not complied with these ideals. All throughout America’s history, there has been a major amount of inequality

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    Congress came together to create the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson created a working draft of this document, and because of this document, we are the free country we are today. When Thomas Jefferson wrote this document, he told us the rights the colonies should have, which affected the colonies. When he listed all of the grievances, it affected Britain. When he finally declares their independence, it affects the whole world. But why was this declaration so effective? “That whenever any

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    Declaration Of Independence Hole, Robert. "The American Declaration of Independence of July 4th, 1776."The American Declaration of Independence of July 4th, 1776. History Today, 29 Mar. 2001. Web. 02 Feb. 2016.  Robert Hole mentions  communities and their status at the time that the Declaration of Independence was being written. This report provides information that a state of union is required and Hole provides an argument that focuses on the individual that wrote the Declaration as well as the

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    Midterm Essay: The Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson wanted to be the one to be remembered for writing the Declaration of Independence, all though he was a big part of the well known written piece, he did have some help from outstanding men. Jefferson wanted to do whatever he could to help out his fellow Americans from tyranny. The declaration of Independence was written up in 1776 by Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston and Thomas Jefferson. Three

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    How is liberty discussed in the United States Declaration of Independence, the French Declaration of Rights of Men & Citizen, and the Haitian Declaration of Independence? Is the definition the same for each? Why or why not. 25pts United States Declaration of Independence: In this quote,"the excessive British regulation of colonial trade, the restrictions on settling western lands, the growing tax burden, the mounting debts to British merchants, the lack of American representation in Parliament

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    The Declaration of Independence is a very big important part of American history. It has been said that the Declaration of Independence is the most important pieces of writing ever written for The United States of America. The Declaration of Independence is about how men are free and equal and possess the same inherent, natural rights, and also it proclaimed the right to independence for the America to separate from Great Britain. This document was written by Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin

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