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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Articles of Confederation The Declaration of Independence and When: --Declaration Of Independence-July 4th, 1776--Articles of Confederation-March 1st, 1781 Why:--D.O.I-The Declaration of Independence was why the American colilnists wanted to be independent from Great Britain.--A.O.C-The Articles Of Confederation was a written document that established the functions of the Government of United states. Where:--D.O.I-Philidelphia--A.O.C-Philidelphia Who Was Impacted:--D.O.I-Great Britain-217,000 people fought in the war over the D.O.I-4,435 people were killed/ wounded in the war.--A.O.C-The Spanish and French Courts. Definition of Federal Government:--A.O.C-A Federal Government is the Constitution divided into three major parts, Executive, Legislative, and Central Government. The events that caused the second Continental congress to write the Declaration of Independence:--D.O.I-The Albany Plan of Union (July 26, 1754) and the French and Indian War. The Albany Plan was rejected, this caused the colonists to unite and want to take political action. The French and Indian caused the Declaration of Independence because it involved several European countries. The British reaction to the Declaration of Independence:When the King found out he declared the colonist were in rebellion, later he sent more troops later in 1776. I do agree with the British reaction, which were shocked, because the British were losing a large chunk of their population to go and settle on new land. The meaning behind Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness when it was written, and its intention. When writing the declaration of Independence, happy had a different meaningmeant good luck or equalthey wanted America to live in equality and to have rights, instead of the British deciding rights for themMy interpretation of Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness is that not only that Americans will life in equal rights, but also enjoy life in America. What are some of the flaws in the Articles of Confederation?-The ratification of all articles from all thirteen states was not until March 1, 1781, it also did not include taxes, and there was no power. The colonial reaction to the Declaration of Independence: (Blooms 5)-⅔ of colonists agreed with the declaration-Americans gathered to destroy signs and symbols of American crown-⅓ stayed loyal to King-destroyed statue of King George III in New YorkBritains wrote a pamphlet, in response and challenged aspects of their declaration. Underlying Themes int he A.O.C:-In the A.O.C underlying themes are Government and Civics. Is the list of grievances (complaints) justifiable (proven to be right)? (DOK 3) Its proven to be because the colonists and the British couldn't come to an agreement when the colonists wanted to be more about the compromise but the British refused.. (Declaration of Indepence) Investigate and draw a conclusion, about how the Declaration impacts the United States government today? It impacted the united states because, it freed slaves with the emancipation proclamation and it also made men and women equal to each other etc. Summary of Declaration Of Independece: The events leading to the Declaration of Independence were the French and Indian War, The Albany Congress, The Proclamation of 1773, The Sugar Act, The Currency Act, The Stamp Act, and The Virginia Stamp Act.These events lead to the writing of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence states that the Colonist want nothing to do with Great Britain anymore, and they will call themselves the United States of America. Outcome of Declaration Of Independence: After the Declaration of Independence we went into war where we would soon win our rights we have today. We now have our American democracy and freedom charters. What are other possible outcomes for your event?Other possible outcomes from the Declaration of Independence is the Bill of Rights, and that All Men Are Created Equal. The Bill of rights helped to set the first set of laws and rights for the people.One of the laws being that all men are created equal, the Declaration states this in the first sentence. What evidence justifies the British actions for the Declaration of Independence? (Blooms 5)There is a letter written by John Andrews about how Great Britains soldiers were taxing the colonists and how Great Britain was bullying the colonists. Evidence justifies the American colonists actions for your event? (Blooms 5)Americans now can freely do business with other countries besides England, where they were taken advantage of with many different taxes (For example, The Stamp Act)had their own form of government, instead of letting the King decide their political choices (In the declaration of Independence, they say the King gives them no voice)no longer had to deal with British in America (grateful of this especially after The Boston Massacre) Declaration of Independence: Articles of Confederation: Same: -Both documents were written in Philadelphia.-Both benifited the American colonists.- Both had a positive affect on the Americans and they are both still talked about in today's society. -July 4th, 1776-The Declaration of Independence was written to state why the colonist wanted independence from Great Britain. -March 1st, 1781-It was written to establish the 1st laws of America. -There was 1 major flaw, it was not approved from all 13 states until March 1, 1781. -The British were very unhappy when the Colonist informed them about the Declaration. -The Declaration was the start of the Bill of Rights, which was very important in the new colonies. -The Articles were written at a much later date. 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Independence Day » Surfnetkids. Inc., 28 May 2008. Web. 15 Jan. 2015. <>.-Surfnetkids. "Effects of the Declaration of Independence » Independence Day » Surfnetkids." Independence Day » Surfnetkids. Inc., 28 May 2008. Web. 16 Jan. 2015. <>.-U.S. Department of State. "The Declaration of Independence, 1776 - 17761783 - Milestones - Office of the Historian." The Declaration of Independence, 1776 - 17761783 - Milestones - Office of the Historian. U.S. Department of State, n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2015. <>. The Articles of Confederation could be improved by:They could have found a way that they can tax the people, It did not have the power to enforce laws, Congress lacked strong and steady leadership. The articles were put in place because of a need of government during wartime. Why was it necessary to have a wartime government set up during the Revolutionary War? (Blooms 4) Yes, it was necessary to set up a War time government,because they had the power to declare war and make peace between enemies. The ability to tax was a large concern in the Articles of Confederation. Using your knowledge of the Revolution, why would the colonists be concerned about taxes? Why would they be concerned about a large central government? (Blooms 4) Because you could easily go into a situation in which you would have no money in your government and you couldn't pay for things like shelters for people and food, and also you need money to pay your workers. If you tax the people, which the articles of confederation could not do, you can make the money to pay for these essentials. the date of the DOI on paper and ink w/ feather signers of the DOI pages of the AOC people working on the DOI of confederation and perpetual union between the states Drafting of The Articles of Confederation stamp Articles of Confederation, 17771781 - 17761783 - Milestones - Office of the Historian." Articles of Confederation, 17771781 - 17761783 - Milestones - Office of the Historian. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2015"Chart of Strengths and Weaknesses in The Articles of Confederation."Chart of Strengths and Weaknesses in The Articles of Confederation. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Jan. 2015. <>."The Articles of Confederation, 1777." The Articles of Confederation, 1777. N.p., 2009-15. Web. 15 Jan. 2015. <>."Primary Documents in American History." The Articles of Confederation: Primary Documents of American History (Virtual Programs & Services, Library of Congress). 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