Which statement accurately describes a difference between the declarationof independence and the u. s. constitution? a. the u. s. constitution established rules for the u. s. government, while the declaration of independence did not. b. the u. s. constitution listed the colonists' reasons for rebellingagainst great britain, while the declaration of independence didnot. c. the u. s. constitution is based on ideals from the enlightenment, while the declaration of independence is not.0d. the u. s. constitution created a very weak central government, while the declaration of independence created a strong one.
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
1. a list of complaints
2. the organization of the Declaration of Independence on the war efforts of the colonists
3. Jefferson began the Declaration of independence with an intellectual argument, then listed specific bureaucratic complaints
4. is the same question as 3
5. The declaration of Independence listed various complaints against the british crown that led the colonists to break from the British government
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
The Declaration of Independence was adopted on August 4th, 1776 by the Second Continental Congress