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Reinstein, Completing the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and Fourteenth Amendment, 66 Temple L.
1 and made a symbolic declaration of independence on Oct.
The Spanish government has said any unilateral declaration of independence would be illegal and has promised action "to restore law and democracy" if the Parliament of the autonomous and affluent northeastern region presses ahead.
Allen notes tellingly in the first chapter of her book that most Americans have never read through the brief (1,337 words) Declaration of Independence even though it is considered possibly the most important piece of writing in the history of government since the Magna Carta, a document almost 800 years old.
"Accordingly it concludes that the declaration of independence of the 17th of February 2008 did not violate general international law."
Judge Hisashi Owada said international law does not contain any prohibition on declaration of independence.
History buffs know that it was on July 14, 1776, right here in downtown Worcester, that local printer and patriot Isaiah Thomas prevailed upon a passing messenger to allow him to give the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in New England.
A 68-year-old northern Israel resident claims that the original Declaration of Independence was written by her father, a Torah scribe, and was stained by ink.
Adams's promotion of the Declaration of Independence was not a response to mere personal goals or his times.
That summer, the Declaration of Independence proclaimed that all men are created equal but said nothing of women's equality.
Moreover, the NCBC web site has included statements, such as, "The Bible was the foundation and blueprint for our Constitution, Declaration of Independence, our educational system, and our entire history until the last 20 to 30 years."
He took the words of the Declaration of Independence at their face value.

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