Essay heading: Fallacious Arguments In the Declaration of Independence

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for example, the first sentence in the second paragraph that evokes a partial truth that all men are created equal. When in fact the writers mean that only white land owners were considered equal because they didn't consider black men to be humans much less women to equal as well. So saying "We hold these truths...
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When in fact the writers mean that only white land owners were considered equal because they didn't consider black men to be humans much less women to equal as well. So saying "We hold these truths..." is ironic because it is in fact not true in their minds that all men are created equal. The second fallacious argument, as the Ad Hominem...
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