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American Government: Declaration Kathy Edwards Declaration of Independence The declaration and intent to separate from Great Britain Grievances against Great Britain, specifically the King, King George Appeal for equality, freedom, and to “the opinions of all mankind”
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American Government: Declaration Kathy Edwards Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration of Independence The presentation and expectation to particular from Great Britain Grievances against Great Britain, particularly the King, King George Appeal for balance, opportunity, and to “the conclusions of all mankind” Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration of Independence The affirmation of feelings, perspectives, belief system, and goal; a sort of “Manifesto” Unalienable rights – the rights to which all individuals are entitled, by “laws of nature” and the “Creator” Just powers: the administration's power over its residents, got just from the represented's assent. Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration Tyranny, and oppression: misuse and usurpations by an administration of its citizens’ rights Separate and Equal Station: the alluring relationship in the middle of “free and autonomous states.” Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration Grievances against the lord: he suspended the people’s right to authoritative representation, he influenced the arrangement of equity to support him, he meddled with unhindered commerce and migration laws. The Declaration's request: resettlement and settlement, normal family relationship, equity The British Brethren alludes to the ruler and people with great influence in Great Britain. Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration Conduct of exchange, development of cooperations are the free's force and autonomous states. The British government turned out to be an oppression, and aggregation of force Commerce with different countries was crucial for the settlements' survival, they needed acknowledgment and right to associates they could call their own. Kathy Edwards PS101

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Declaration Officially marked on June 28, 1776, exhibited to the Continental Congress, updates and altering happened on July 2, 1776 and the last form was gone on July 4. 56 individuals marked the decorated adaptation Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution Articles of Confederation: 1776 prelude to 1787 Constitution Constitutional tradition: 1787 to modify the Articles Federal System: a division of power between the national government and the states Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution The most imperative procurement of the Constitution is the detachment of forces of the U.S. government. The Constitutional's president Convention was George Washington. Subjugation was not a Constitution's worry in its unique structure. Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution Provided an incorporating power for solidarity among the new states. Given an administration sufficient to avert outside attack, avoid disagreement among the states, accommodate national improvement and give the national government power. Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution Rules of the American political amusement that places points of confinement and makes control of government. The basic laws of our country. Characterizes the forces of government, determines workplaces to be filled, power that every activities, sets impediments to government power. Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution Sets two sorts of breaking points on the dominant part's force: Absolute: there are sure things the lion's share can't do, regardless of how huge. Congress may not pass a law that makes an individual liable without a trial. Restrictive: There are sure things a dominant part can do just in the event that it is an unprecedented larger part with more noteworthy than half of the votes: illustration: Congress may propose an established change just if 2/3 of every house votes for it. Kathy Edwards PS101

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The Constitution Oversees: The President, Congress: The House of Representatives and Senate, The Supreme Court The Constitution's designers trusted that individuals look for force on the grounds that they are by nature avaricious, aggressive, and effortlessly debased. An in number national government was key amid a period of turmoil, apprehension, instability Kathy Edwards PS101

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Constitution The issue was conservation of individual liberty,and the protection of request. The Constitution originated from English lawful legacy, yet England had no Constitution. The thought of “natural rights” The Constitution originated from the American models of the provincial and state government. The Constitution originated for a fact with the Articles of Confederation. Kathy Edwards PS101

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Constitution Insured that little states would not be commanded by bigger states. Helped with the making of a REPUBLIC which is a legislature in which an arrangement of agents work, chose straightforwardly by the general population; conveyance and detachment of force, shared force. Kathy Edwards PS101

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Constitution First Continental Congress, 1774 Second Continental Congress, 1775 Declaration of Independence, 1776 Articles of Confederation: 1781-1787 Constitution, Philadelphia, May 1787 Constitution Convention May 25-Sept. 17, 1787 Kathy Edwards PS101

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Constitution The issue of bondage was a focal issue in the Constitution that was not tended to until after the Civil War – Amendment 13: 1865 which makes subjugation unlawful in the U.S.