The American Revolution And The Declaration Of Independence

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In 1776, Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, which was officially adopted and proclaimed by Congress on July 4. This marked America 's independence from Britain 's tyranny, hence, the famous event of the Fourth of July that is practiced in the United States today. The American Revolution was a bloody, political war that resulted in the colonists’ freedom against Britain 's rein, however, the war was not for independence but for consolidation. Undeniably, the colonists ' thirst for independence sprouted from their disconnection and dispute with Britain. However, their main objective was to unite the colonies by resolving social inequality and developing a common enemy. Many rebellions, such as Shay’s Rebellion and Bacon’s
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