Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

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  • The Preamble is letting King George know that the colony is breaking away.
  • Yes. The Unalienable right can not be taken away.
  • The Unalienable Rights are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
  • Two Natural Rights 1. All men are created equal. 2. The people give their government power,and if the government abuses that power the people can overthrow the government.
  • The two Grievances I choose were 1. For imposing taxes on us without our Consent. I chose this one because it shows how the colonists felt when they did't have a say in the matter about the taxes.
  • 2. For cutting of Trade with all parts of the world. I picked this one because it shows how the British closed off the Harbor after the Boston Tea Party.
  • The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. It was written by Thomas Jefferson. 
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