The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights, and The Declaration of Sentiments.


A diagram of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Sentiments.
Kellen Haynes
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Kellen Haynes
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  • Declaration of Independence 1. It was written to declare America's independence from Great Britain. 2. It consists of 27 grievances. 3. Its main purpose was to declare independence and to encourage the Americans to rebel against the British.
  • Bill of Rights 1. It was added to the Constitution to protect the people from the national government from having too much power. 2. It gives others the right to petition against those grievances and others that are made by the government. 3. Its main purpose was to give rights to the people of America.
  • Both 1. They both believe that the purpose of the government is to protect the rights of its people. 2. They both were made to declare equal rights, freedom, and independence. 3. They both are still important today. 4. They both improved American freedom and rights. 5. The world wouldn't be the same if we didn't have them.
  • About the Declaration of Sentiments and How It is Different When Compared to the Declaration of Independence 1. It restated the preamble of the Declaration of Independence, emphasizing that all men and women are created equal. 2. It showed that women were treated unfairly and weren't given the same rights as men. 3.​​​​​​ The authors of this declaration demanded that all women be given the same rights as men. They also demanded to be treated as equals. 4. The most controversial topic of the declaration was the call for woman's suffrage. 5. Scranton modeled her declaration after the Declaration of Independence because it was a very powerful and influential . It had a similar message to what she was writing about. They were both written for similar reasons. 6. It defines equality as equal rights and treatment among all people. It says that all genders are endowed with unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 7. The women expect to recieve the rights that they are entitled to. They expect men and women alike to join their cause and fight for women's rights. 8. The women continue to fight for women's rights by starting the Women's Rights Movement. They began to form associations and meetings. They planned the First Women's Rights Convention. They did many more things as well. 9. Women did not have very many rights. They were expected to stay at home and tend to the house and children. They recieved little to no education. It was very difficult for them to find a good job with a good salary. Many women were treated like slaves.
  • The Declaration of Sentiments Similarities When compared to the Declaration of Independence 1. They all were written for the betterment of others. 2. They were written because they felt that they were not being given the rights that they deserved. 3.They both used similar wording and fought for a similar purpose. 4. They both were written to give rights to others. 5. Both were very powerful and important messages.
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