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The Decleration of Independance

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Harry Kenya

on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of The Decleration of Independance

By: HK Productions, J/P Incorporated, and Maddie Corporations The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4ht by congress The Declaration of Independence was officially adopted on July 4th, but it was not signed until August 2nd. Most of the Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. The other authors were 'John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston" The Declaration of Independence was written from June 11th through July 4th, in which congress debated and revised the Document. The Declaration of Independence impacted America by giving us many freedoms throughout the years. Symbolic of American Democracy
It gave the colonists freedom from the British. About one hundred years after The Declaration of Independence was adopted, Abraham Lincoln created the Emancipation Proclamation. This was a proclamation made to free slaves from harsh Labor. This was proclaimed/issued in 1863 The Declaration of Independence led to equal rights between men and women. Other nations took (America's laziness is rubbing off on other countries.) the freedom and equality of America's Document, by creating their own. They created documents such as the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen and the Declaration of Independence for the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. The impact of Human Rights
It gave Americans freedom from the British during the revolutionary war.
It gave equality to America during the times after Both the Declaration of Independence and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights state that people should have freedom and equality in society. THE END
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