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The Declaration of Independence is one of the greatest documents in human history, and you have the privilege of enjoying its benefits every day of your life. [ [ [ [ Does that seem like a strong statement? The Declaration of Independence is one of the most prominent efforts by human beings to stand up in the face of tyranny and proclaim that every human being has God given rights to be free,
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