The Declaration Of Independence: Assignment Of The Declaration Of Independence

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Declaration of Independence Assignment In its entirety, The Declaration of Independence is man’s way of ensuring its right not to be controlled by any one person, entity or unjust government. The main trepidations of the colonists during the beginning stage of the American Revolution are clearly stated within the Declaration of Independence. These concerns and fears showed the overwhelming urgency to depart from England quickly because their livelihood, liberties, and freedoms were hanging in the balance. The Declaration of Independence provided a clear-cut, fast track message to the King of Great Britain stating it no longer owed anything to England, and England no longer controlled America’s people. Early within the first two passages …show more content…
I would like to explore and explain four complaints based on what events were the initial reasons of why it became a complaint strong enough to put in the Declaration of Independence. The first out of the four chosen complaints made by the colonists I will examine would be the first listed: “He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.” This complaint is directly related toward the King for not letting all individuals live a life of freedom. It was a human right that shouldn’t have had to be written because it was basically common sense that all individuals should be free, but was written out of necessity due to one man’s overreach of power and the generations that came in succession before …show more content…
George the third was ready for battle and Patrick Henry was ready to fight for his and his people’s freedom from England. This was the beginning of Britain’s violent moves onto the American people. Soon after Lexington and Concord, in 1775 and 1776 more fighting took place between the Northern and Southern colonies. The British forces against the rebels. During this time man Americans died, ports and villages were destroyed and the coastlines had changed dramatically from the

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