Pathos In The Declaration Of Independence

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The Declaration of Independence is known to be the most famous argument in our country. Its main purpose was to announce the colonies as separate from England. It outlines the principals that were the foundation for declaring independence and to show the lasting impact of the Declaration in relation to other political movements. The Declaration of Independence consisted of five parts: the introduction, the preamble, the indictment of King George III, the denunciation of the British Government, and the conclusion- all of which utilized appeals to pathos, logos, and ethos. It serves as a powerful assertion that surpasses time because its’ concepts reflect lasting, relevant desires and its’ language and syntax creates a flexibility that allows

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