The Importance Of The Declaration Of Independence

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From 1815 to 1850 the pre civil war occured, but most importantly the Declaration of Independence was made. The Declaration of Independence is an assertion by a defined territory that it is independent and constitutes a state.The declaration opens with a preamble describing the document’s necessity in explaining why the colonies have overthrown their ruler and chosen to take their place as a separate nation in the world.The U.S. did not fulfill the ideals of the Declaration of Independence for all people by 1850 because they did not meet all the needs of the people at the time especially Immigrants and women. The ideals of the Declaration were not fulfilled because women did not have equal economic, social, and political rights.The evidence that can be used to support my subclaim is the document “ The Rights of women: Laws and Practices.” The document talks about how women aren’t treated like they were supposed to be. The women believed that they could do just the same amount of things that men can. Women don’t deserve to be treated like they don’t have a place in the world.This evidence supports my subclaim because in document 1, it states “Divorce was difficult, married women could not own property, men could beat their wives, colleges didn’t accept women, women couldn’t vote or sign contracts, and women were paid less than men for the same job.” The evidence that can be used to support my subclaim is the document “The life and age of woman, stages of woman’s life from
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