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The parts of the Declaration of Independence include
a) the Preamble b) Protection of Natural Rights c) Grievances Against the King d) All of them including declaring Independence
The principle author of the Declaration of Independence was
a) George Washington b) Samuel Adams c) Thomas Jefferson d)
The pamphlet Common Sense written by Thomas Paine caused
a) Britain to surrender b) more Americans to support the Declaration of Independence c) Americans to seek a peaceful solution to war d)
The group of colonists called Patriots
a) did not believe in the cause of liberty b) supported the Declaration of Independence c) made no effort to communicate among themselves d)
The group of colonists called Loyalists
a) gave aid to the Revolutionary Army b) fought for Americans at Valley Forge c) supported England during the Revolution d)
The King referred to as HE in the Declaration of Independence was
a) Charles III of Spain b) George III of England c) Friedrich-Wilhelm III of the Netherlands d)
The Second Continental Congress
a) approved the Declaration of Independence b) waited for the King of England to approve the Declaration of Independence c) voted against the motion to write a Declaration of Independence d)
Consent of the governed means approval of the
a) state b) President only c) people d)
With the Signing of teh Declaration of Independence, the thirteen colonies gained the power to
a) wage a war b) be treated as an independent nation c) assume debt with foreign nations d) all the choices along with the ability to create a national government
According to the Declaration of Independence, the power of government to govern rests with
a) the ability to tax b) the people being governed c) the strength of the military d)
According to the Declaration of Independence, liberty would be achieved when
a) England defeats the colonies b) a government of the people is established c) the acts of Parliament are enforced d)
When the truth is self-evident
a) no one can understand it b) no one can see it c) it does not need explanation d)
According to the Declaration of Independence, unalienable rights
a) can be taken away from a person b) cannot be taken away from a person c) can only be granted if certain requirements are met d)
The Declaration of Independence was adopted
a) July 4th, 1776 b) June 14th, 1787 c) after the British surrender at Yorktown d)
it is important to respect the Declaration of Independence because
a) it guaranteed our basic rights b) it did nothing to solve our problem with England c) it replaced the Articles of Confederation d)
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