Arguments In The Declaration Of Independence

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Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence, written by Thomas Jefferson, is the document in which our founding fathers granted us our independence from England. The multiple parts of the declaration explained the different logic that Jefferson wanted to include. The reason for writing this proclamation was to show Great Britain that the people wanted to become a free country and separate from King George’s rule. Our country’s yearning for independence was so powerful, that it was finally given to us after many years of arguments. In the Declaration of Independence, the founding fathers provided step-by-step logic for American independence through the preamble, declaration of natural rights, grievances, and the resolution of independence. Initially, the preamble started off the Declaration of…show more content…
“Our repeated petitions have been answered by only repeated injury.” Our founding fathers wrote this to show that numerous times they have complained and have only been paid back with harsher treatment. There were many attempts to address these criticisms, such as petitions, the declaration, and war. In this part, it was stated that we deserve to be free states. In the final section, Declaring Independence, the document told the king that our citizens are finally separated from the leadership of the king.”... all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved; and that as free and independent states, have full power… to do all other acts and things which independent states may of right do.” The ensemble of all the sections of the Declaration of Independence conveyed the need for us to break away from Great Britain and become a sovereign country. Separating from the King of England was essential for our country to in charge of the laws of our land. July 4th is our country’s Independence Day, in which we were finally granted a free
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