It's the Declaration of Independence. The thirteen colonies declared their independence from Great Britain.
The declaration of independence was an important docuement signed to say that America had independence from England.
The bulk of the content in the Declaration of Independence were about liberty and freedom.
He signe the Declaration of Independence because he believed that we all deserved a say in what to do.
The declaration of Independence didn't say anything about a "ruler". It was a letter to the king listing the reasons why the colonies wanted to be free and then declaring independence.
that they are created equal
my pants are on fire
I'd say that the right to free speech and/or freedom of the press are the most violated rights in the declaration of independence.
We are all equal
it says we can have liberty freedom :D
it mean freedom
consent of governed
No, the bill of rights does
The Declaration of Independence
No not a word.
Yes, the words declaration of independence alone are a noun, I believe. However, if one were to say "The United States Declaration of Independence," it would become a proper noun and therefore capitalized. I realize that to America, our Declaration of Independence is the only document of its kind and therefore is considered only a proper noun, but to other countries, it is not the same. It is a regular noun. When speaking of our document, they refer to it as the American Declaration of Independence.
it says that America sucks
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That it was perfectly written. - APEX
nothing, the men that were writing the declaration of independence decided to not to put a natural right for slaves in it because they would not get enough signatures from the southern colonies.
i dont care what u say