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The Declaration of Independence, two hundred and forty-three years later

Excerpt: This Fourth of July, take a few minutes to read the Declaration of Independence.
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The Declaration of Independence, two hundred and forty-two years later

Excerpt: This Fourth of July, take a few minutes to read the Declaration of Independence.
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The Declaration of Independence, two hundred and forty-one years later

Excerpt: Take a few moments this July Fourth to read the Declaration of Independence.
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The Declaration of Independence, two hundred and forty years later

Excerpt: In accor­dance with tra­di­tion, we are repost­ing the text of the Dec­la­ra­tion of Inde­pen­dence here on The Cas­ca­dia Advo­cate for your enjoy­ment. The Dec­la­ra­tion was pri­mar­i­ly authored by our third pres­i­dent, Thomas Jef­fer­son, who drew heav­i­ly on the think­ing of Enlight­en­ment philoso­phers such as John Locke to per­sua­sive­ly lay out the case for the inde­pen­dence […]
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