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  • ...sm, U.S.|republicanism]] as the foundation of America; it inspired similar declarations in over a hundred countries. [[Image:Declaration_of_independence_print02.jpg|left|thumb|300px]]
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  • * Barthelmas, Della Gray. ''The Signers of the Declaration of Independence: A Biographical and Genealogical Reference. '' McFarland, 2003. 334 pp * Becker, Carl. ''The Declaration of Independence: A Study on the History of Political Ideas'' (1922), [http://oll.libert
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  • Document formally declaring the independence of the thirteen American colonies from Great Britain, July 4, 1776.
    148 B (17 words) - 21:02, 23 May 2008
  • {{r|Declaration of Arbroath}}
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  • * Barthelmas, Della Gray. ''The Signers of the Declaration of Independence: A Biographical and Genealogical Reference. '' McFarland, 2003. 334 pp * Becker, Carl. ''The Declaration of Independence: A Study on the History of Political Ideas'' (1922), [http://oll.libert
    8 KB (1,097 words) - 04:32, 5 June 2008
  • ...sm, U.S.|republicanism]] as the foundation of America; it inspired similar declarations in over a hundred countries. [[Image:Declaration_of_independence_print02.jpg|left|thumb|300px]]
    17 KB (2,474 words) - 09:19, 26 October 2013
  • ...rs of the United States. He was the primary author of the [[Declaration of Independence]] (1776), the first Secretary of State (1789-1793), the founder of one ...larity of writing. His written arguments are powerful; his "Declaration of Independence" remains the touchstone for powerful argumentation.
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  • ...e he signed the [[United States Declaration of Independence|Declaration of Independence]] and served as a [[President of the Continental Congress|President of ...n [[New Castle County, Delaware|New Castle County]], and quickly advocated independence from the British. McKean was the epitome of the Country party politicia
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  • ...political documents such as the [[U.S. Constitution]] and [[Declaration of Independence]], as well as, at a slight remove, the writings of the Founding Fathers ===Declaration of Independence===
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  • ...a signer of the [[United States Declaration of Independence|Declaration of Independence]], a [[Continental Congress|Continental Congressman from Delaware]], an ...n [[New Castle County, Delaware|New Castle County]], and quickly advocated independence from the [[Kingdom of Great Britain|British]]. In spite of being member
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  • * Armitage, David. ''The Declaration of Independence: A Global History'' (2007) [http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0674022823/ * Armitage, David. "The Declaration of Independence and International Law." ''William and Mary Quarterly'' 2002 59(1): 39-6
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  • ...he [[Delaware|Lower Counties]], Dickinson's object was reconciliation, not independence and revolution. He was a proud devotee of the British Constitution, and ...considered, now too diminished popularity." Dickinson refused to sign the Declaration, and since a proposal had been brought forth and carried that stated,
    30 KB (4,194 words) - 07:27, 13 September 2009
  • ...t Princeton University April 4–7, 2000)</ref>. The actual content of the declaration was, as Justice Michael Kirby recalls ...jf/app/&id=1A826DB973993289CA2571A700012832 Michael Kirby: ''The Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Fifty Years On''] (Speech at an UNESCO dinner at Syd
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  • * as an independent country in southeastern [[Europe]] (officially called the ''Republic of ...tries must decide individually whether they will recognise the state. The declaration, read by Prime Minister Hashim Thaci in the Kosovan parliament, said K
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  • ...New Castle County]], [[Delaware]]. He was a signer of the [[Declaration of Independence]] , a [[Continental Congress]]man from Delaware, a delegate to the [[U. ...oss (delegate)|George Ross]], also a future signer of the [[Declaration of Independence]]. They had five children, John, George Jr., William, John, and Mary, w
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  • ...er the [[Boston Tea Party]]. This [[First Continental Congress]] issued a "Declaration of Rights and Grievances" and called for a systematic boycott of Briti ...d war, and negotiated treaties. It [[Declaration of Independence|declared independence on July 4, 1776]], creating a new nation, the "United States of America
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  • * Armitage, David. "The Declaration of Independence in World Context." '' Magazine of History'' 2004 18(3): 61-66. Issn: 08 ...ence: A Global History'' (2007), 300pp [http://www.amazon.com/Declaration-Independence-Global-History/dp/0674022823/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=121262
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  • ...erican colonies]] to [[Declaration of Independence (United States)|declare independence]] from British rule, signaling the start of the [[American Revolution]]
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  • ...Thomas Paine)|Common Sense]]'', helped jell American sentiment in favor of independence in 1776 during the [[American Revolution]]. In it, Paine asserted that ...cant, and it served as a catalyst for the creation of the [[Declaration of Independence]].
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  • ...It formed the basis for the [[American Revolution]], the [[Declaration of Independence]] (1776) and the [[U.S. Constitution|Constitution]] (1787), and has bee .... In practice self-governance in military affairs came to include personal independence, enlistment negotiations, petitions to superior officials, militia cons
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  • As one of the original 13 United States which won their independence from Great Britain during the [[American Revolution]], Virginia produce ...ty, Virginia|"Elizabeth City County"]] voted to be consolidated with the [[independent city]] of [[Hampton, Virginia|Hampton]] in 1952, and also voted to assum
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  • ...politicians or parties (such as the Republican or Liberty Parties) who had declared themselves hostile to slavery. ...ll stressed their betrayal of the secular principles of the Declaration of Independence; the hypocrisy of a nation claiming to be a model republic while tolera
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  • ...s}}</noinclude>A 1969 play depicting the creation of the US Declaration of Independence.
    108 B (14 words) - 23:46, 25 October 2010
  • * 1776 - [[United States Declaration of Independence|Declaration of Independence]] signed in July ...nt by Britain; offers Americans all the terms they sought in 1775, but not independence; rejected
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