Declaration Of Independence And The Abolition Of Slavery

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The American Revolution, which lasted from 1775 to 1783, began with tension, anger, and restriction. However, the outcome led to a free country known as the United States of America. The American Revolution has many effects on today’s modern country, including the Declaration of Independence and the abolition of slavery. The Declaration of Independence was fought persistently, and it had a great outcome on American colonies. Before the war began, Britain was taking a hold of many freedoms of the American colonists and replacing those freedoms with limitations. For example, a Sugar Act placed a tariff, or tax, on specific goods imported into the colonies, including coffee, sugar, and molasses. The Stamp Act evaded the traditional power of
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