The "macarena" dance WAS popular in the late 1990's.
The answer to your question would be the following one: The United States Declaration of Independence states: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal."
The error in verb-tense consistency is found in the verb "stated". It should be in the present tense for all the clause to follow the same tense. Verb-consistency refers to keeping the same verb tense throughout a whole clause. If you want to have two or more time periods in a clause, you should start a new clause or a new sentence. In the sentence above, all the verbs in the quotation are in the present tense, so "stated" should also be in that verb tense.
for me i cant do homework without music, so, i guess i would say faster with it, than without it. for me at least.
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