The Declaration, Facts And Emotions

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The Declaration, Facts and Emotions for Independence
The 4th of July, the United States of America’s very-own birthday, a day of celebration of its citizens God-given rights and liberties, and its independence from the crown of Great Britain. If America was “born” on the 4th of July in the year 1776, then The Declaration of Independence could be considered its very own birth certificate. The Declaration of Independence, as time has proven, is one of the most successful arguments ever made by any-one entity for the right of mankind to be free from oppression and tyranny, and that all men are created equal in the eyes of their creator, with certain fundamental rights. Thomas Jefferson, its author, emotionally plead to the British government the reasons that the United States of America was absolving its allegiance to the British crown and becoming free and independent states. He successfully argued, with emotion and facts, the reasoning for America’s independence. At the time of America’s Revolution against the United Kingdom, it was controlled by the British crown, who believed that all powers came from the King. Thomas Jefferson and America’s other founding fathers believed that “all men are created equal” and that “men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.” Most of the original 13 Colonies that formed what would become the United States were settled in the seventeenth century by men and women who left Europe to escape religious
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