Colonial Documents

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  • Under no cerucumstances will I sign this, you have no right!
  • Funny, how you think you mave a choice,  your Magesty. 
  • Has todays Letter arived yet? 
  • Yes it has! Today, they talk about freedom of speech against an opressive rule.
  • These aren't new ideas, they're human rights. It's common sense!
  • Magna Carta, English Nobles, 1215 The english Nobles of the time wrote this document to secure their powers, because King John tried to take them. This document was suposed to transfer some powers from the King to the noblemen, which it did. This was one of the first forms of limited Government, and the original Parlament.
  • Cato's Letters, Anonymous Authors, 1720's These letters were written to expose and disscus teh opressive and heavy handed behaviors of teh King at teh time, and also comunicate this to America. These letters were very popular, and helped spur the Revolutionary War in America. 
  • Common Sense, Thomas Paine, 1776 This document was written after the meeting in Philedelphia about American Independance. The goal was to spread the ideas of Democracy and Independance from Britain. This was a succsess, and a short while after this time, The Revolutionary War had begun. 
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