Declaration of Independence Jonah Chacko
Updated: 12/20/2019
Declaration of Independence Jonah Chacko
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Jonah Chacko

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  • The Declaration of Independence
  • Freedom!
  • All men are created equal
  • NO!
  • Can I come in!
  • LA CAF'E
  • LA CAF'E
  • Whites ONLY!
  • Stop The Hate, Prease The Lord!
  • All people have basic rights that cannot be taken away
  • I Hate My Life
  • In Independence Hall, in Philadelphia, Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence. It was approved in July 4, 1776 to help the American Colonies separate from Great Britain.
  • The government gets its power to make decisions and protect rights from the people
  • This principle is important because without it our country would be a corrupt place where only certain people would be able to have a vote or have basic rights.
  • When the government does not protect the rights of the people, people have the right to alter or abolish the government
  • This principle is important because without this the government can take away liberty, they can restrict people's freedom, keep people from having the type of life they want to live and lastly the government can make people do things that you don't want to do.
  • Principle 1 is best upheld today
  • Legalize Gay Marriage Free Health Care Free Education
  • This principle is important because without it the government can make decisions that affect you without your consent.
  • Change!
  • This principle is important because without it the people in government could be evil and hurt a certain group of people. Without citizens doing anything to stop the government or the people in charge of the government they can hurt that certain group without being stopped.
  • Impeach
  • Impeach
  • I think the 1st one because now all men and woman of any coler of skin have now equal rights and equal opportunities.
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