The separation that lead to Independence

The separation that lead to Independence
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  • Here we have George lll who was king of Great Britain, but who also lost the American colonies.
  • On June 15, 1215 a historical document called the Magna Carta was created to limit the power of a king. The Magna Carta was implemented to King George on  1860 limiting his power and protecting peoples rights of trial by jury and due process.
  • Magna Carta: limit power from king 
  • Colonies
  • Originization Of Colonies
  • The colonies received a letter that was written by King George lll saying that the colonies have the permission to exist as one 
  • KIng George lll
  • The colonies agreed to form a confederation therefore the 1st continental congress was initiated leading to Declaration of Independence.
  • The result of the Declaration of Independence being written on July, 1776 led to the separation between King George lll rule on the thirteen colonies. 
  • Due to having problems with the Articles of Confederation the thirteen states ended their agreements because they were too weak. The AOC did not Tax or print their own money or have an executive branch to enforce laws. As for the 13 states they can set up an army or settle state disputes. To finalize the separation from the AOC there was a constitutional convention that was held to make a new Government. 
  • AOC Vs. 13 Sates
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