anonymous
  • anonymous
Thomas Jefferson's intent when writing the Declaration of Independence was to a. provide an emotional appeal to his British audience. b. motivate the American people to continue their revolutionary efforts. c. convince British Loyalists within the colonies to abandon their allegiance to King George. d. state and justify a clear argument for independence.
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LoganH
  • LoganH
I believe this could be d. This is because, they did not gain their Independence from this, they were just 'Declaring their independence' hence the name Declaration of independence.

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