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What name is given to the men who helped to write the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution?

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They were called the Founding Fathers or the Framers of the Constitution.

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None that I know of. The Declaration of Independence simply declared the U.S. free from British rule, the Constitution however granted all powers not given to the federal government to the states.


Are given to people by God- not by any government. As such, no government has the ability to take them away from you.


I dont know about the information given above, but THomas Jefferson was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence. Many other people also helped him write it, including Madison.


America has not followed up on its promise to give Negroes equal treatment afforded them by the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. (:


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Rights that cannot be taken away or given up are called unalienable rights. This term is used most famously in the US Declaration of Independence.




The Unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America. This is the new title given to the Declaration when it was printed for the second time.


The date that the declaration of independence was written is unknown as the only reference given to the declaration is of its signing. Most probably, the declaration was written was in late June or early July. The declaration was written by John Adams who was the scribe at the time. The signing of the Declaration is commonly known as Independence Day and is celebrated in the United States of America on the 4th of July.July 4, 1776 was the date the Declaration of Independence was signed.


The core idea of the Declaration was written by John Locke and it was that man had natural rights given by God and that men form governments to protect these rights. When a government no longer serves to protect the rights or protect man that they have the right to change the government. Jefferson, then lists, the charges against the King as to why he hasn't proected the rights given by God. The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence was based on the Declaration of Independence in the United States.


the government's powers are given to it by the people...NOVANET


The citizens of Mecklenburg, North Carolina declared their independence from Britain on May 20, 1775. A copy of the Mecklenburg Declaration was given to Thomas Jefferson and the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. This declaration of Independence for this county became the framework for Jefferson and the Continental Congress when writing the famous declaration of 1776 in Philadelphia, PA


None. The rights it describes are God-given. The Declaration of Independence bravely affirms that the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (meaning the value procured by labor) are unalienable rights given equally to all people by their Creator.


The main reason given in the Declaration of Independence was a lack of representation in what happens to the people of the colonies (United States) when it comes to trade, taxes, and laws.Hope this helps!Taxes, taxes, taxes, and basically taxes


Well, there was many roles that Hancock played concerningnthe declaration of independance. He was the first to sign and fought against Great Britain with the rest of the Continental Congress to ratify the constitution and declaration. He beleived that citizens were not given enough rights as indivisuals and was therefore elected president of the congress.


According to the Declaration of Independence, the government should protect the rights the people have been given. Should the government fail in this fundamental duty, the people have the right to overthrow the government.


That our Rights are given by God and merely affirmed by our Constituton/Bill of rights.


African-Americans who were slaves were not given their freedom.


One power. The ability to declare themselves free from Britian.


The three basic rights are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.


As used in the US Declaration of Independence, they are given to man by his Creator (God) and the term is unalienable.


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The Declaration of Independence states that the role of government is to assist the people in securing their God given rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It gives the people the right to "alter or abolish" it if that goal is not met.


The idea is that men have natural rights given by God and that they create government to protect these rights.



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