Response To The Declaration Of Independence

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Declaration of Independence has brought new hopes in the life of colonies. It explored and enhanced the inner potential of the colonies to raise their voice against the injustice and suppression given by the tyrannical government. They learned that the government had to preserve the rights of public. In the failure by the Government to protect the rights of public, the public had to grasp their right by going against the Government and over throwing the rude rulers. As a result, the revolutionary activities arose and thirteen states declared independence in 1776. The Declaration of Independence has proven it as a stunning statement for the colonies to eradicate the British Government and to make them clear about the equality of all men. Thomas

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