The Failure Of The Declaration Of Independence

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From failure comes success, its was America has done to become this great nation. In the years 1700s Great Britain had 13 colonies in American people and the British seen this American being successful they started to treat them un fairly while. In the years 1770s the Americans got tired and rebel against Britain. The Americans declare independence in order to distinguish themselves from Britain. With the purpose to make this country better every year we have to share our opinions if something is being fair or not. At the beginning of America there were a lot of problems of what the government should be, but thanks to the opinions of the people they came with constitution and the bill of rights, and all became form failing.
The colonies rebel because they weren’t treated fairly and the ideas of the Britain were absurd. Another Problem that raised the attention of the Americans was when the English military killed 5 Americans in an action called Boston Massacre which raised a lot of controversy in the American
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In the “Thomas Jefferson, “Original Rough Draught” of the Declaration of Independence (1776)” Jefferson says, “We hold these truths to be sacred & undeniable that all men are created equal & independant, … life, & liberty, & the pursuit of happiness … form of government shall become destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish” (1). The declaration made us equal in the law and, no one should be treated differently. When the colonists were under the control of the English they were stuck in the type of government that told them what to do with out any explanation. After the independence they created the declaration in order to have a government that is managed

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