The Declaration of Independence By Bryan Porter
Updated: 12/18/2019
The Declaration of Independence  By Bryan Porter
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  • Declaration of Independence
  • Officially stated colonies were spreading from great britain.
  • Principle 1-All men are created equal
  • All men should be treated the way you want to be treated.
  • All people have basic rights that cannot be taken away
  • All people have rights and you can't take them away even if it feels like they have they can't take your rights away.
  • Declaration of Independence means to have a document written to declare American colonies as a independent nation, that is free from British ruler.
  • The government gets it's power to make decisions and protect the people.
  • It is important for everybody is treated fairly because it is not fair if you bully one person and you be nice to the other .
  • When the government does not protect the rights of the people the people have the right to alter or abolish the government.
  • This is important for all people to have basic right because if people didn't have right people would think they control everyone because nobody has any rights.
  • When the government doesn’t protect the rights of the people the people should have the right to alter or abolish the government.
  • Its is important for the government to make decisions so not every body comes up with the same exact ideas.
  • It is important for the government to be abolished if he didn't protect the rights because then nobody has any power but only the government.
  • It is right for the government to removed if he tries to take away because he would be the most power and everybody would have to listen to whatever he says.
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