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Declaration of Independence (1)

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  • Q1
    What is an unalienable right?
    is the right to protest
    is the right to vote
    rights that cannot be taken away
  • Q2
    Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are...
    unalienable rights
    only for white people
    not for everyone
  • Q3
    According to the Declaration of Independence, who established the government?
    the people
    the king
    George Wshington
    Great Brittain
  • Q4
    Where does the government gets its power?
    the parliament
    the people
    the president
    the king
  • Q5
    The Declaration express that ___________________can change the government if needed.
    the president
    the king
    Thomas Jefferdon
  • Q6
    Who was the major author of the Declaration of Independence?
    George Washington
    Benjamin Franklin
    Thomas Jefferson
    Paul Revere
  • Q7
    When was the Declaration of Independence approved?
    April 14th, 1717
    June 4th. 1976
    July 4th, 1886
    July 4th 17176
  • Q8
    The colonists declared war to Great Britain in the Declaration of Independence?
    I don't know
  • Q9
    British king during the American Revolution
    King George III
    King Ferdinand
    Patrick Henry
    King Henry
  • Q10
    Former slave who wrote poems
    Phyllis Wheatley
    Benjamin Franklin
    John Adams
  • Q11
    What happened first?
    Battle of Concord
    Battle of Lexington
    Battle of York
    Declaration of Independence

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