In the Declaration of Independence, I will include 4 really important principles.
Principle 1: All men are created equal.
Principle 2: All people have basic rights that cannot be taken away.
The pursuit of happiness
The Basic Rights:
The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. The Declaration was approved on July 4, 1776. The vote for the Declaration was in the Independence Hall, Philadelphia. The Declaration was signed by all 13 states. The Declaration made it official that the colonies were breaking away from Great Britain.
Principle 3: The goverment gets its power to make decisions and protect rights from the people
Hello I Am The Judge!We Will Conjoin With Canada!
This is important because if all men didn't get the same rights, life would be unfair. For example, everyone should be allowed to have farms, not just white people.
Principle 4: When the government does not protect the rights of the people the people have the right to alter or abolish the government.
Trump is using overuse of power and is obstructing our congress!
This is important because if we didn't have these laws, we wouldn't get to have happiness, liberty, or even life. For example, if we didn't have these basic rights people would be able to take away our happiness, liberty, and our life.
Today Principle 4 is best upheld.
This is important because the government might be making a wrong decision. For example, if the judge wants to conjoin with Canada, that might be a wrong idea because Canadians speak French and English. Also, Americans mostly speak English.
This is important because if the people didn't have the right to alter or abolish a bad government, that bad government will continue to make bad decisions.
I think Principle 4 is the most upheld principle because multiple times the people had the right to alter the government because of a bad president.