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What is the Resolution in the Declaration about Declaring independence from Britain.
What was the name of the act that put taxes on all legal documents? Stamp Act
Why were the Colonists upset about the stamp act? It was taxing them to much without being represented.
Which act stated that England has the power make laws for the colonies? Declaratory Act
Which Tax was on paper and allowed for people to search you home if you didn't pay? Townshend Revenue Act
What was the response that the Colonist did when they were charged high taxes? Boycotting (Stop Buying)
What was the event that the Colonist did in response to the Tea Act? Boston Tea Party
The two meeting that the colonists had to try to resolve issues with Britain? Continental Congress
The right that all men are created equal, that their are rights given to them by god, and that these include This part is the? Natural Rights/Preamble
Where government gets it power from? Power come form the governed (people)
The Part of the Constitution that details the complaints the colonists have? Grievance
The person the Grievance in the Declaration were directed toward? King George
The part of the Declaration that details what the Colonists plan to do is the? Resolution
What is the Resolution in the Declaration about? Declaring independence from Britain.
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