Compare And Contrast Declaration Of The Rights Of Man And Citizen

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The two documents that will be viewed is the United States’ Declaration of Independence and France’s Declaration of the Rights of Men and Citizen on what they are, what they do, and how they compare. Both are very important historical documents that molded France and the United States into the countries they are today. Learning about these documents is just learning more about how our home countries came to be and have achieved their greatness. The Declaration of The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen stands for the common people’s freedom such as religion, speech, and equality. It started off back during the times of the French Revolution. At the moment, France seemed to be run by a monarchial regime who made all the decisions. …show more content…

The Declaration of Independence refers to the United States as being free, and mentions how the crowns of Great Britain stands more in the way of their people living freely and as they please. This is similar to the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, where it is listed that anybody and everybody are to live in equality. This point seems to be made in all declarations. When people who end up being the leaders of these new found countries all gather together, and they never forget to remind everyone around them that everyone is born equal and free. These declarations all have in common that they have the perfect plan for everyone to be stress free and one-hundred percent equal with everybody else around them. The Declaration of Independence and The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen both stand for equality and freedom for their all of people. Even though the documents were written over a decade apart, both countries with their documents stood for the same cause. The United State’s declaration was fighting for their freedom and equality that they never had back when they were ruled by the crown of Great Britain, while the French’s declaration simply enforced the freedom and equality onto their

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