Pros And Cons Of The Declaration Of Independence

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The Declaration of Independence includes five parts. The five parts are the introduction, the preamble, the indictment of George III, the denunciation of the British people, and the conclusion. All five parts have a definite purpose and are very important to the document itself. The introduction serves to point readers to having a positive view of America and sets up for the rest of the Declaration. It also brings the quarrel with England from a political dispute to a very large event. It implies that America’s situation has problems with moral legitimacy. The introduction identifies the purpose of the Declaration; to declare the causes of America breaking off from England. The preamble outlines a general philosophy of government that makes revolution justifiable. It covers the creation of man, institution of government, to the eradicating of said government when it fails to protect people's’ unalienable rights. The unalienable rights are said to be life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The indictment of the king is proof…show more content…
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