A few years ago, I saw it in the capitol building, in Washington, D.C. Should still be there. Possible that I might have confused the constitution with the declaration of independence. Not being a U.S. citizen, some things kind of get confused.
Original Post: This is common history, It was just Europeans declaring independence from other Europeans on foreign soil. which is now called "The United Stolen States of America" but everyone knows that the whole country belongs to the native Indians and to the Mexicans. After all you can't cover history with one finger. Edited: To fully answer the question, the United States declared independence from Britain. To address the biases of the OP. Most of the Native Americans had no reason to believe in property, they lived in fairly small communities in which everyone was willing to share, and did so so that everyone could survive, which incidently makes the land difficult to steal since the natives believed no one could own it in the first place. However, much of the American soil was acquired under rather dubious circumstances, nevertheless modern day Americans are not to blame for the sins of their fathers.
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excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. the 8th amendment is basically saying that the accused should not be severely punished if the crime was not that severe. and the punishment should not be that... un-bad (??) if the crime is serious.
Assuming you get the document online, cite in text the author last name, if available, or web site name and year; example: The Declaration of independence (as cited in Storm, 2009) states....... In references, cite as follows: Storm, Z. (2009, January 10). The Declaration of Independence. Retrieved July 13, 2009, from http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Declaration-of-Independence&id=1842737
The National Archives of the United States has an excellent online articles about the Declaration of Independence. The document is housed at the National Archives, and they are the most trusted source for information about it.
Harpercollins publishing makes readable copies online and you can download them reading it, but it is only PART of the book, so you would have to buy the book or the audio track that reads the book outloud to get the full version.
parts of it (first 6 pages)
Online fax documents are stored into your online account. From there you can look and scan your fax logs.
There is no latest version of Territory War Online
There is NO such thing as the latest Version of Territory War Online!
It reads: Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. The Cato Institute sells a handy-dandy pocket version of The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America for about $2 each online at www.cato.org. I keep one beside my computer, and I carry another in my purse at all times.
still no english version
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the online version yes if not no
You can find an online version of NIV online. You can find it online through websites by looking it up online. You can also find it on an iPhone app if you want it mobile with you on your phone.