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What ways did the framers claim to have attemped addressing their complaints before the declaration of independence?

I think that you are asking how they delivered the complaint? The original document was sent to King George III of the United Kingdom in 1776 by sea, but he was very mad and destroyed the paper. The copy that was made in the same year is kept in Washington D.C. in an underground chamber. It is a historical document that changed the world, after all, if not just a copy.


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What ways did the framers claim to have attemped addressing their complaints before the declaration of independence?

I think that you are asking how they delivered the complaint? The original document was sent to King George III of the United Kingdom in 1776 by sea, but he was very mad and destroyed the paper. The copy that was made in the same year is kept in Washington D.C. in an underground chamber. It is a historical document that changed the world, after all, if not just a copy.


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