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Title: A Brief analysis of the Declaration of Independence

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Subject: American History
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Date: September 17, 2002
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Jefferson believed that the English form of governing was no longer the acceptable way for a human to be treated and this was the basis for him to ink the Declaration against primogeniture and other forms of "special" treatment for Lords who governed the colonies so poorly through the influence of King George the III...

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"Riots and protest were started and sometimes ended in blood-shed" (Maier p.45) and many people began to assemble militias and guerrilla styled armies. Many wealthy merchants and farmers realized that they could better govern their own people in a rational manner, rather than utilizing the sometimes haughty and foolish measures of the British...

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