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Democracy Democracy vs.Autocracy The Original Thirteen Colonies The Declaration of Independence, Part I The Declaration of Independence, Part II The Articles of Confederation

 
The Declaration of Independence, Part I

The Declaration Of Independence (Hardcover)b
Sam Fink (Author)

The Journey of the One and Only Declaration of Independence
by Judith St. George (Author), Will Hillenbrand (Illustrator)

Give Me Liberty: The Story of the Declaration of Independence
by Russell Freedman (Author)

The Declaration of Independence (We the People: Revolution and the New Nation series)
by Burgan (Author), Michael (Author)

The Declaration of Independence (True Books)
by Elaine Landau (Author)

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The words "United States" cannot be found in the Declaration of Independence.

When the Founding Fathers adopted "The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America" [wiki] on July 4, 1776, they didn’t form the nation called "The United States of America."

The United States of America actually came into being on March 1, 1781, when the Second Continental Congress ratified the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union (or more commonly known as the Article of Confederation [wiki]).


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