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The Declaration of Independence, originally written to announce America’s separation from Great Britain, had wide-ranging effects on later movements in the United States and the world. The particular phrase "all men are created equal" has been referenced and adapted numerous times. It was used in arguments to end slavery and racism, grant equality between women and men, and gain the independence of other countries. During the French Revolution of 1789, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen stated in its first article that "men are born and remain free and equal in rights."
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1.Which of these statements is accurate about the Declaration of Independence? A.The Declaration of Independence helped George III remain king. B.The Declaration of Independence never worked as intended. C.The Declaration of Independence ended slavery in America. D.The Declaration of Independence has had a wide influence.

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