Declaration Of Independence

Declaration Of Independence

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  • The Preamble is letting King George III know the Colonies are breaking away.  
  • What is a Preamble sir ? 
  •  The three unalienable rights are life,liberty, and the pursuit of happiness   
  • What are the three Unalienable rights
  •  The definition of unalienable rights is rights that cannot be taken away.
  • What are the other two natural rights?
  • The government protects the rights of the people  
  • All man are created equal
  • King George  cut off our Trade with all parts of the world .
  • King George tax as without telling as .
  • Without a judiciary to punish criminials and to seek redress from an injurer, Life, Liberty and Property are insecure
  • King George refusing his Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary powers.
  • 1776 , John Hancock, and its secretary, Charles Thompson, signed it
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