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Which document explained the reasons that the colonies were breaking away from England to form their own country? A.The Declaration of Independence B.The Federalist Papers C.The Bill of Rights D.The U.S. Constitution
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User: Which document explained the reasons that the colonies were breaking away from England to form their own country? A.The Declaration of Independence B.The Federalist Papers C.The Bill of Rights D.The U.S. Constitution

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The Declaration of Independence explained the reasons that the colonies were breaking away from England to form their own country.
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