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The Declaration of Independence is the statement adopted by the Continental Congress that were meeting there in 1776. To form a new country, totally independent from Great Britain.
The intellectual origins of the Declaration of Independence is the Magna Carta, where it limited the power of the king of England and protects the rights of the nobility.
The U.S. Constitution is America's plan for the government. It lays out how the U.S. government works and how we all fit into it. There are also 7 principles to the U.S. Constitution.
The intellectual origins of the U.S. Constitution is magna carta, english bill of rights, cato’s letters, common sense, and mayflower compact.
The Bill of Rights is the 12 amendments that were written by James Madison but 10 were approved by the states. Guaranteeing such things like the right to speak, protect ourselves and the rights of the people.
It is important to know the intellectual origins of the Foundational Documents because things like the 10 amendments, the seven principles, the bill of rights helped people with their rights of speech, the freedom but also enforced the rules, too. Intellectual documents Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, Bill of Rights, Cato’s Letters, Common sense
The intellectual origins of the Bill of Rights magna carta,english bill of rights,cato’s letters,and common sense.
The Declaration of Independence spread democracy around the world by the continental congress adopting the document in 1776, where it states the rights and grievances.
The U.S. Constitution spread democracy around the world by having the seven principles on how the Constitution is being used and how the people fit in it.
The Bill of Rights spread democracy around the world by having the 10 amendments of the laws and how it helps people speaks their mind, protecting themselves, and a speedy public trial.
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