In the Decleration of Independents there are key arguments about the speration of Great Britian and of the colonies. There are key arguments like the king did not allow the Governers to pass laws which are nessececray for society to keep peace and make rules to follow. The king did not allow trade with other country’s which would cause them to no longer make any money from goods to sell and to buy any goods that would come from other countrys, the king also took away some of the colonys most important laws.
Because the king told the governers to not pass laws that would help the early America, they had to make and pass laws that would benefit the king and only the king.
The king cut off trade with the colonies so that they would not be able to make and money from goods that they would trade with other country’s and would not be able to buy anything from other country’s that helps benefit daily life.
The king also took away some of the most important laws that help form the rules of daily life and that caused many people to get even more frustrated with the king.
These are some of the many key arguments that Thomas Jefferson made for the separation of the colonies and the king.
- Deceleration of Independents - November 24, 2014