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<head>A Declaration by the Representatives of the <title>UNITED STATES OF AMERICA</title>, in General Congress assembled.</head><lb/>
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<p>When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for <del>the</del> <hi rend="superscript">one</hi> people to<lb/>
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<del><unclear>xxx</unclear></del><hi rend="superscript">dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with <hi rend="superscript"><del><unclear>xxx</unclear></del></hi>another, and to </hi> as <lb/>
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-sume among the powers of the earth the <hi rend="superscript">seperate and equal</hi> <del><unclear>xxx</unclear></del> station to<lb/>
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which the laws of nature &amp; of nature's god entitle them, a decent respect<lb/>
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to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes<lb/>
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which impel them to <del><unclear>deleted text</unclear></del> <hi rend="superscript">the</hi> seperation.
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We hold these truths to be <unclear><del>unclear reading</del></unclear><hi rend="superscript">self-evident</hi> that all men as<lb/>
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created equal <del><unclear>deleted text</unclear></del> that <del><unclear>deleted text</unclear></del> <hi rend="superscript">they are endowed by their creation with as</hi><lb/>
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<del><unclear>xxx</unclear></del> <metamark>[</metamark>inherent &amp;<hi rend="superscript">certain</hi><metamark>]</metamark> inalienable <hi rend="superscript">right; that</hi>, among <del>which</del> <hi rend="superscript">these</hi> are <del>xxx</del><lb/>
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life, <del>xx</del> liberty, &amp; the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these <del>xxxs</del> <hi rend="superscript">rights</hi>, go<lb/>
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vernments are institu<retrace>t</retrace>ed among men, deriving their just powers from<lb/>
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the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government<lb/>
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<del><unclear>deleted text</unclear></del> becomes desctructive of these ends, it is the right of the peopleto alter<lb/>
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