John Adams, John Livingston, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson wrote, drafted, edited, and composed the document.
When Was It Written
Well, let's begin
The declaration of Independence says "all men are created equal" and "they are endowed by their creator certain unalienable rights, among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. They had to declare independence.
At the Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Declaration of Independence was written, finalized, and signed. In the continental congress plans for the new nation was made.
Why Was it Written
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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The writing began in May of 1776. The declaration of independence was passed through the voting of the continental congress on July 2nd, 1776. It was then sent to a publication of July 4th, 1776
The Declaration of independence was made to state the belief of the colonists in natural rights, freedoms, and liberties. It declared independence from England and listing complaints from the king.