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On the 4th of July was when America had declared independance.
It was the birth of a new nation. A new promise that America had made to itself. A Declaration of Independence which gave us rights.
This day reminds us of the hardships and challenges, as a country we have faced. It shows every citizen that we are doing this together, as one.
Two days before out beloved nations independance, the old Continental Congress had met.
America had once belonged to England. British folk had traveled to the United States for a better life. But once Britain kept in control, they wanted a free govenment, a free country.
The colonies wanted their freedom and rights. So the United States went against the British Crown. The colonies had finally decided to break apart from Great Britain.
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