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Does The Government Have the Right to Take Away Peoples Basic Rights
The Declaration of Independence was written to state the reasons why the colonists wanted independence. Jefferson wrote that all men are created equal with certain unalienable rights. The colonists were deprived of these basic unalienable rights by their tyrant government. To protect our rights, Jefferson and others organized a democratic government in which there was rule by the people. Thus, we have basic rights given to us by the government, but do the people have basic rights that should not be taken away from them by any government?
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