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Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4th 1776 announced to the World that the Thirteen Colonies were no longer a part of the British Empire.

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  == Answer ==   Six. From Pennsylvania, Robert Morris, Ben Franklin, George Clymer and James Wilson; from Delaware, George Read; and from Connecticut, Roger Sherman.
  Pennsylvania • George Clymer • Benjamin Franklin • Robert Morris • John Morton • Benjamin Rush • George Ross • James Smith • James Wilson • George TaylorPennsylvania had nine
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The Declaration of Independence is still used today. It affects  every person in the United States, because it help to protect their  rights as humans.
It is in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (see the related map link)
There is no specific date that has been recorded of when the Declaration of Independence started to get signed by congress members. However, there is some evidence pointing towards early to middle June. But this could be false, because such a document hand-written back then would not be able to be...
Yes it does because it says in the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence that "all men are created equal."
When the Declaration of Independence was issued, it revealed who  was for independence and who was not. The ones that were not for  independence were looked down upon. Many of them moved to Canada.
  == Answer ==   The Declaration of Independence was not intended to resolve equality issues. It was as much to get the support of the colonists for revolution as to notify the Crown that it might just as well go along with our declared independence because there was no turning back. This...
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1. She had the city of Athens named after her for giving the people the first olive tree.     2. With Nike at her side, she led battles for just causes and won them all.     3. She stood behind the great artists of Greece and taught them the fine and useful arts.     4. She...
Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments of the constitution)
Secretary of State James F. Byrnes headed the US delegation to Paris Peace Conference of 1946 that ended the war in Europe.
  == Answer ==   The Declaration of Independence is unique in that it was the first time a people announced their reasons for revolting against the government and setting up an independent nation. The Declaration stated the grievances they had against the king, announced they were declaring...
yes the declaration of independence started the revolutionary war
The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are displayed in the Charters of Freedom Rotunda of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.
John Adams, our 2nd President , was the one whose wife was Abigail. They both wrote many interesting letters which are still extant.
This document declared to Britain and the world that the United States of America was henceforth an independent nation and no longer a colony of Great Britain, which it had been for the previous 150 years or so.
The colonies governed themselves as individual colonies, subject to being under British colonial rule. The colonies had their own charters and/or constitutions, but these could not contravene British law. The colonies formed the Continental Congress when the problems between them and Great Britain...
This question should attract a long and complicated answer, however in short, since the Norman conquest justices and judges were responsible for adapting a system that met every day needs, applying a mixture of precedent and common sense, to build up a body of consistent law. It means a body of law...
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Listed from The History of the present King of Great Britian(England) and ending is ununfit to be the ruler of a free people, list ongoing reasons why it supports separation from England. The main reason is that In 1776, after the colonies could no longer address the atrocities committed by England,...
you would find all the famous things that happened there
he was famous for beinG the first foreign affairs minister during establishment of USA
he wrote the deceleration of Independence
They both were written before the first president was elected
It happened because they signed a treaty for the American colonists to have freedom.It all started when the king of England raised taxes for tea. Americans started protesting and got split into two groups: Loyalists, who still wanted the King of England as ruler over America , and Patriots, who...
The 1783 Treaty of Paris ended the American Revolutionary War of 1776-1782, by providing British recognition of the 13 former colonies as "free, sovereign, and independent States".   In the Treaty, the British and Americans agreed to "forget all past misunderstandings and differences" and "secure...
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No. It just told why the colonies wanted independence.
Thomas Jefferson's father's (who was a planter/surveyor) name was Peter Jefferson. His mother was called Jane Randolph (known after marriage as Jane Randolph Jefferson).
The "Preamble" to the Declaration of Independence is the second paragraph, unlike the US Constitution, where the Preamble is the first paragraph. The essential arguments are that men are equal and have certain natural rights as opposed to legal rights; that these cannot be taken away; that...
The US did adopt the English Common Law, the only state that does not have the English Common Law is Louisiana.
The people who declared their independence and wanted to, were called Patriots. The Americans realized that they didn't need to obey the laws that the Mother country, Great Britain, made. It was said that "children grow". They mean that they have already settled in America as colonists. They don't...
He killed approximately 20 million, including up to 14.5 million needlessly starved to death. At least one million executed for political "offences". At least 9.5 million more deported, exiled or imprisoned in work camps 1900 - Stalin organises labour demonstrations and strikes in the main...
  The American Revolution was going on during the Declaration of Independence
The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome...
The quotation "All men are created equal" is arguably the best-known phrase in any of America's political documents.[1][2] Thomas Jefferson first used the phrase in the Declaration of Independence as a rebuttal to the going political theory of the day: the Divine Right of Kings. It was thereafter...
The first part of the Declaration of Independence is known as the  Preamble which explains why the Continental Congress made the  declaration in the first place. Second is the declaration of right  of states and the equality of men. The famous quote-' Life,  Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.'...
their lives and more...     The hardships of those first signers and their families endured after posting their name of that declaration, knowing that the penalty would be death if captured by British as traitors and were tortured before they died.     There were still many loyist to...
  People have the right to institute a new government at any time. The real issue is how do you get rid of the old government.
  == Three parts of the Declaration ==     The Declaration of Independence was the first document to justify a revolution against an established government. The Declaration has three parts. It starts with a statement of basic human rights that all people enjoy--"rights to life, liberty,...
  It means that you break free from a country
Answer . No, a judge cannot be sued. A case could possibly be brought against the state, but this is usually a situation where you appeal with these claims. Other Contributor Opinions . The grounds for suit against a presiding judge in which a party (parties) believe their Constitutional and/or...
  The Cold War was a military stand-off between the Communist Superpowers and the United States. Each side waiting for an excuse to push the buttons to launch the atomic missiles at one another.
The purpose of writing the Declaration of Independence was to show England and the rest of the world the reasons why America wanted to break away from England.. This is what the Declaration of Independence says:. IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of...
Why was the Declaration of Independence drawn up?
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Yes.Contact the school district's administration office for assistance.We have contacted the superintendant and almost 4 weeks after i left statement we get a call only to be informed that they will be on the campus and will discuss issues with teacher
  Here are a few: First Secretary of State, a slaveholder who proposed emancipation of all American slaves and the general abolition of slavery, the creator of the Louisiana Purchase and the Founder of the University of Virginia.
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IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 . The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America . When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and...
an offence that somebody else did but you are being tried for it because they believe you did it.
The Declaration of Independence is a document based on the beliefs of the founding fathers and was mostly written by Thomas Jefferson. Enlightenment? At that time, the colonists were pretty fed up with taxation without representation, had been influenced by the writings of Thomas Paine...in...
The Constitution lists 10 powers that Congress has that include thepower to tax and spend power to borrow money power to regulatecommerce, and power for naturalization and regulating bankruptcy.The other powers of Congress are the power to coin money and setits value, power to punish counterfeiters,...
it means they were willing to give everything they had including their lives.
The difference is that the US constitution, has articles and the declaration doesn't.
Because this is when Britain and America was fighting for independence. Britain were putting taxes on alot of things and America wanted to be free. America after they won the war they made the Declaraton of Independence.
The Declaration of Independence is a document to tell the british that the colonists wanted freedom from them.It was made during the Revolutionary War.
The American Declaration of Independence explicitly states (andalso implies) a number of important political ideas. Two of themost important are that governments rule the governed only by theconsent of the latter and that any government that abuses itsprivileged role is rightly overthrown by the...
The Declaration of Independence was officially accepted by congress on July 4, 1776.
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It was the Pennsylvania State House, also known as the Old State House, built in 1753 to house the Pennsylvania legislature. [Edit] Also commonly referred to as the "Shrine of Independence"
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.
There are over two hundred million memorials for Thomas Jefferson. Although, 199,999,589 of those two hundred million aren't in our galaxy. Hope this helps!
The House of Representatives