The King of Britain has committed many injuries and usurpation's on the 13.
Colonies, for he is a prince-whose character is thus marked by every act which may.
define a tyrant. The Declaration of Independence, was written to establish the basis of.
the revolution that the colonists were planning, and enacting, it expressed the reasons.
for which the colonists claimed as factors for their wants to be independent. The.
document was divided into three major parts: the first section contained a statement of.
principle that discussed the rights of man and the legitimacy of revolution; the second.
presented a long list of grievances that provided the rationale for rebellion; and the.
third/last portion of the declaration included the formal announcement of independence. .
The 1st Section of the Declaration discussed the rights of man and the legitimacy.
of revolution. The Declaration most significantly declared that "All men are created.
equal" and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain rights to enjoy "life,.
liberty, and pursuit of happiness." Moreover, the Declaration argues that government.
must be representative of the people and is limited in power by a recognition of basic.
political rights. If when a government violates these people's natural rights, the people.
have the additional right to hereby "alter or to abolish that government." Thereof, the.
wanting of a "Democracy" among the 13 colonies. In contrast, the present King of Great.
Britain has forever elongated a series of usurpation's that evinces a design to increase.
absolute despotism by neglecting to attend to the needs of his colonies and to their o so.
unalienable rights. .
Evenmore, controversial to the accusations made against the present King were a.
long list of specific grievances that provided the rationale for rebellion. These grievances.
were evidence to evince that the colonists rights were repeatedly violated. Of the list of.
specific grievances the most controversial have been the dissolving of colonial.