"He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good."
"He has kept among us, in times of peace, standing armies without the consent of our legislatures."
"For imposing taxes on us without our consent."
They listed off reasons why they were declaring independence.
"...by Authority of the good People of these colonies, solemnly publish and declare that these united colonies are, and out of Right, ought the be Free and Independent states."
Sorry it's so long. Hope it helps.
The Declaration of Independence is an important part of American democracy because first it contains the ideals or goals of our nation. Second it contains the complaints of the colonists against the British king. Third, it contains the arguments the colonists used to explain why they wanted to be free of British rule. So... WERE FREE!!!
Answer – A (Both declarations opening statements declare the independence of the nation)
The major similarity between the Texas Declaration of Independence written by George Campbell Childress and the U. S. Declaration of Independence is that the opening statements of both declarations proclaim the nation’s independence.
This section highlights how different the king’s behavior is from those of the founding fathers, who value freedom over power
I am not a huge fan of any of these answers but A is the only one not blatantly incorrect so I would go with that one
disequilibrium means that either supply is greater than the demand for an available good, or that the demand for a product outstrips the available supply. it implies that the price for a is either too low creating large demand, or too high creating a large surplus of supply.