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Q: the declaration of the independence is primarily a- - .a.description of a new system of government.b.list of grievances against the king of England c.plan for organizing the colonies to take military
action d.plea for unityamong the colonies
A: The declaration of the independence is primarily a: B. List of grievances against the king of England.
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The declaration of the independence is primarily a: B. List of grievances against the king of England.
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