Which event directly inspired the drafting of the Declaration of Independence?
the passing of the Sugar Act
the passing of the Stamp Act
the drafting of Common Sense
the rejection of the Olive Branch Petition
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I think...it was passing of the Sugar Act.. .-.
Might be the Common Sense drafting..
It was the stamp act i pretty sure if not then it was the sugar act seemi cant remember right
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I think its the drafting of Common Sense..
i think agents right though, an no i dont think it was drafting of common sense
What is the BEST answer? which one should i put? lol
Okay, maybe I can't remember last year's classes then..
I'm tryna remember...cause last year, in my history book, there was this HUGE poster in it that said "Drafting Of Common Sense" so I'm PRETTY sure it's that one.
Just choose the Common Sense one, Gaby.
Do the drafting of common sense there probably right im a lil rusty on it cuz i havent been 8th grade history for 2 amost 3 years
So Common Sense
yeah, i agree with agent.. last year in my textbook it had like the whole text of common sense.. they only did that for important stuff like the constitution, so it must be important.. i can't exactly remember it but that's what i remember
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