The section dealing with slavery was removed because of the objections of the delegates from the southern states who attended the Congress. It was believed that it was better to remove the section dealing with slavery and gain the support for independence from the southern states, than risk a long debate over the issue of slavery even before independence had been won from England.
the declaration of independence was made to clarify and bring independence from britian
The Declaration of Independence was written on parchment made from sheepskin.
The Declaration of Independence didn't discuss slavery at all. It was a letter to the king stating the problems in the colonies and as far as they were concerned slavery wasn't a problem. The constitution made slaves 3/4 of a person when counting population for the number of Representatives needed in each state.
removal of the slavery clause
in Philadelphia in 1776
There was 80 changes made to the Declaration of Independence.