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The Declaration of Independence was the North American colonies' announcement to the world that they were now independent from the rule of England. Drafted by Thomas Jefferson, who was known for his powerful writing, the document discusses the rights of people. Jefferson intended the document ''to be an expression of the American mind,'' but the eloquence of the phrasing was his own. Over time, the Declaration of Independence has profoundly affected American history. Phrases such as ''all men are created equal'' have taken on a life of their own. The document itself continues to be an important symbol for the American people.
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