Alleged Abuses in the Declaration of Independence

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Alleged Abuses in the Declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence contains statements and references cited by Thomas Jefferson as justification for American Alleged Abuses in the Declaration of Independence independence. The following discussion details these citations and works towards an explanation of how the United States Constitution and the first ten amendments were intended to prevent such abuses in the new republic. Discussion is also provided concerning how ethics might have become involved in the scenario.
Alleged Abuses as Justification for American Independence
The Declaration of Independence is almost entirely a statement of alleged abuses against King George III of Great Britain. And these abuses are prefaced...
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.....wn independence and freedom.
Conclusion
In the final comment on the subject, the Declaration of Independence set the tone for the content of the United States Constitution by establishing specific grievances and abuses by King George III. And as history has shown, the work of our founding fathers, in this respect, has proven successful in preventing similar types of abuses in our country.
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