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NO. They are not the same. The Declaration of Independence broke our nation's tie with Great Britain. It was a declaration of our independence. The Constitution was the document that followed. It set our rule of government and how our nation would function.


NO. The Decleration of Independence was a letter sent to the King of England to declare there independece from them. The constitution is how they formed Americas government


No! The constitution was written way after the colonists were free.


Absolutely not. The Declaration of Independence was (largely) signed in 1776, while the Constitution wasn't signed until 1787.



No. The United States Congress did not exist when the Declaration of Independence was written and signed.



The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, on September 17, 1787, at the same location, which was then known as the "Pennsylvania State House".


The Constitution is congruent with the Declaration of Independence in serving as the body and letter to which the Declaration is the thought and the spirit. Both documents were based on the same political and societal principles in denying absolute authority for government.


No. The Declaration of Independence was a written letter to the king in 1776 stating why the colonies wanted to be independent and declaring independence. The constitution is our written plan of government laying out the duties and branches of the government as well as the Bill of Rights. It was ratified in 1789.


Yes, the American Revolution was over before the Constitution was written. The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, on September 17, 1787, at the same location, which was then known as the "Pennsylvania State House".



The Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence are two separate and distinct documents. The Declaration of Independence explains why it had become necessary for the United States of America to declare its independence from England. The Bill of Rights listed a number of things that congress can not do. There is a connection. After the first four long sentences, The Declaration of Independence contains a bill of particulars. Some of the issues in the bill of particulars are in the bill of rights. You can download the entire Declaration and the entire Constitution and compare the bill of particulars with the Constitution.


They are both US documents. Also, they were both written before the first president was elected.


Are you refering to "Declaration of Independence"?


not only having and idea of natural rights, there was also an offer of american independence and with citizens rights protected by a written constitution.


Perspective played a major role in the Declaration of Independence because of the different ways people interpret it's content. Just like with the Constitution, how there were the Federalists who adhered strictly to the Constitution word for word and the Antifederalists who thought it was up for interpretation, the Declaration of Independence is the same way. Whether you interpret it strictly or loosely determines how you view what rights the forefathers of the U.S. really wrote in for us to be granted.


Both were drafted and signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, although 11 years apart. The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, on September 17, 1787, at the same location, which was then known as the "Pennsylvania State House".


Nopeee, they aren't Jefferson wrote them both but not at the same time. The bill of rights basically is a list of right that every man (or woman) has while the Constitution states our freedom or independence from Britain (:


In the Declaration of Independence all men are created equal means that everyone has the same rights


The U.S. Constitution was written is the same Pennsylvania State House where the Declaration of Independence was signed and where George Washington received his commission as Commander of the Continental Army. Now called Independence Hall, the building still stands today on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, directly across from the National Constitution Center.the Pennsylvania State House


"To emphasize that women should have the same rights as men"


the declaration of Independence. He was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence.


The declaration was based of of the declaration of sentiments. Sext was mostly the same besidesthat the declaration of sentemints was for men and women not just men.



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