Declaration of Independence
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The Second continental congress meets on October 26, 1774, to work towards independence.
"Certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness." this is one of the most important ideas on the Preamble of the Declaration.
The Declaration of Natural rights, is telling how King George and the British are not giving the colonist their basic rights, its saying that all men are created equal and are all granted certain rights, and the British were making it to were the colonist weren't able to practice those rights.
How dare they write the List of Greivences, telling me every thing that I am doing wrong!
The second continental congress is deciding that the Declaration will have a 4th section, the Resolution of Independence, fighting to be an independent country.
July 4, 1776, men line up to sign the Declaration of independence.
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