declaration of independence

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American History

 

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Robert P

 

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November 26, 2012

 

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University

 

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These sections, one pertaining to the the abolishment of the slave trade, reflect the overall objective of early colonial citizens. Understand that in the second paragraph of the declaration where it states, "...that all men are created equal...",the authors of this document meant that literally. There was to be no equality for women, African-Americans, Indians or any other non-caucasian race...
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There was to be no equality for women, African-Americans, Indians or any other non-caucasian race. This was not a document to free citizens specifically, but to free the entire country from British rule. This is the main focus of the declaration at this time. In relation to the change of meaning of the declaration, the portion containing the violations of the King of Great Britain means very little to Americans today, save from an historical perspective...
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