Similarities Between The Stamp Act Congress And The Declaration Of Independence

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The main similarity between the Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress, and the Declaration of Independence, was that both documents were attempts by the colonies to better their way of life. Both of these documents were written by an aggrieved people, a people that felt Britain, the King and Parliament had treated them unfairly. The primary difference in the documents were that in the Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress the colonialists still felt very much a part of Great Britain, and they had a right to speak of their grievances to the king. The colonists were making an effort in a respectful, acknowledgement of His Majesty’s rule over the colonies, and humble manner to request His Majesty to see, understand, and act in the manner which

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