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Makes a revolt against Britain seem inescapable

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makes a revolt against britain seem inescapable

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The first part of the Declaration of Independence is known as the Preamble which explains why the Continental Congress made the declaration in the first place. Second is the declaration of right of states and the equality of men. The famous quote-' Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.' The Life part means people have the right to protect themselves against physical attack. The Liberty means the people have a right to criticize the government and Pursuit of Happiness means the right to own property and defend it. Third part is known as the Bill of Indictment. This explains the unjust things that King George III had done to the colonist. And the fourth part of the Declaration of Independence is known as Statement of Independence. This part they ask King George III to change the laws and ends with our claiming independence from England.


Which of the following is not a section of the Declaration of Independence - indictment preamble introduction or ratification?

The answer to this multiple-choice question is that the Declaration of Independence did not require ratification (approval) by the states, as it was not a binding framework as were the Articles of Confederation or the later US Constitution.The student is supposed to know that the Declaration has the other three as sections:Introduction - section that states why the document is being writtenPreamble - section that explains the philosophical basis for the documentIndictment - charges of abuse by King George III and ParliamentThe other three general sections are the Denunciation of British rule, the Conclusion which pronounces independence, and the Signatures of the approving delegates.


Which best explains why the Declaration of Independence is considered a historical document?

On the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Calvin Coolidge gave a speech that directly seeks to answer this question. He provided numerous historical examples to defend his opinion. In brief, he agreed that previous nations had declared the right of people to govern themselves, and previous political philosophers had made some of the same assertions that exist in the Declaration of Independence. However, he said, the United States was the first country to be founded on the three principles of universal equality, natural rights, and self-government, and to base its institutions and efforts for reform upon these principles.


What are the parts to the Declaration of Independence and what are they called?

Actually, there are generally considered to be five parts of the Declaration of Independence, according to the National Archives' description on its website. But many persons have critiqued the document and some feel that there are any number of different parts. In view of the discrepancy on what, in one sense, is just a matter of opinion depending on the person giving it, I will go with the National Archives' opinion and leave it to readers to form their own opinions. The parts are: 1. The Introduction. This is the opening paragraph; a single sentence beginning with "We the People..." It is sometime erroneously referred to as the Preamble, probably because the opening paragraph of the US Constitution is referred to as the Preamble to the Constitution. 2. The Preamble. The second paragraph, which begins with "We hold theses truths to be self-evident. The Preamble sets the logic al argument that people have rights, that people form governments to secure those rights and when a government becomes destructive of those rights, the people have a right and a duty to throw off that government. 3. The Indictment of King George III. The list of wrongs the King has done to show the ways in which the King has abused the rights of the colonists. 4. The Denunciation of the British people. A statement announcing not only the separation of colonial government from British government, but colonial people from British people. 5. Conclusion. The Declaration of Independence from the King and his British peoples is the only logical conclusion to be taken from the above. What could lead to the different opinions on the number of parts. For one, the "Introduction" is mistakenly called the Preamble, the way the first paragraph of the Constitution is called. Admittedly, calling the second paragraph the "Preamble" seems wrong, but that is what the National Archives says. Some split the last two paragraphs into "Conclusion" and "Declaration" instead of calling both just the "Conclusion". Some combine the indictment of the king and the denunciation of the British peoples as one section.


Which Article of the Constitution explains the process by which the Constitution may be amended if it becomes necessary?

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The document that explains why the US should be a free nation?

declaration of independence


Where Pathos or logos Declaration of Independence?

Jefferson doesn't use the term but for him it would have meant logic. To think something through and in the Declaration you can see his logic in the first paragraph or two when he explains why government is important, what it should do for the people, and why the people have the right to change government.


How is the bill of rights and the Declaration of Independence the same?

The Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence are two separate and distinct documents. The Declaration of Independence explains why it had become necessary for the United States of America to declare its independence from England. The Bill of Rights listed a number of things that congress can not do. There is a connection. After the first four long sentences, The Declaration of Independence contains a bill of particulars. Some of the issues in the bill of particulars are in the bill of rights. You can download the entire Declaration and the entire Constitution and compare the bill of particulars with the Constitution.


What can you do if your government is not guaranteeing yourights stated in the Declaration of Independence?

America's "Declaration of Independence" does not guarantee or even bestow any rights. It explains, after the fact, why the people of the American colonies had broken their ties with England.


Is the Declaration of Independence the written plan of government for the United States which explains the powers and duties of the government?

False. The Declaration of Independence was an explanation of the reasons why America should sever its relationship with England. Your description is for the Constitution.


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A paragraph that explains the ideas that two texts share. (apex)


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Which best explains how the conclusion of the Declaration of Independence support Jefferson's purpose?

It asserts that the signers will up hold the duties of the U.S. government


What is the name for a sentence in a paragraph that explains what the paragraph is about?

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An expository paragraph or essay explains how to do something


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The list of grievances against King George III Type your answer here...


What does the Declaration of Independence explains?

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