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American Independence Day is as important as China's National Day

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Note: American Independence Day is as important as China's National Day. It is a symbol of the victory of the American peo

"American Independence Day is as important as China's National Day. It is a symbol of the victory of the American people's anti-colonial rule. All human beings are equal and have the natural right to pursue happiness and freedom. Just like all employees of gmtlight are equal, without discrimination, and they are working hard for their own happiness." Li Xiao, who is in charge of the American Market said.

American Independence Day

Independence Day is one of the major statutory festivals in the United States. The date of Independence Day is July 4 every year. It commemorates the formal adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776. The Declaration of Independence was drafted by Thomas Jefferson and adopted by the Special Committee of the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. It was signed and entered into force by the President of the Continental Congress, John Hancock.

The Declaration of Independence opens with a clear statement that all human beings are created equal and have the natural right to pursue happiness and freedom; thoroughly counts the crimes committed by British colonialists on the American continent; and finally solemnly declares the independence of the United States of America from Britain.

The Declaration of Independence is a great document of world historical significance. The day on which the Declaration of Independence was adopted has also become a holiday forever commemorated by the American people and designated as Independence Day of the United States.

The United States is located in the southern part of North America. It was formerly an Indian settlement. 

From the end of the fifteenth century, British immigrants. From the 17th century to the first half of the 18th century, Britain established 13 colonies along the Atlantic coast of North America, intensified oppression and exploitation of colonial people, and aroused resistance from local people and the emerging bourgeoisie. 

In 1775, the people of 13 colonies in North America began to wage an independent war to overthrow British colonial rule, forming a "Continental Army", commanded by Washington. On July 4, 1776, colonial representatives convened the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia and adopted the Declaration of Independence, formally declaring the establishment of the United States of America.

The Declaration of Independence is a programmatic document for the declaration of independence by the colonial peoples of British North America. The Declaration of Independence proclaimed to the world that "united colonies are free and independent nations from now on". The drafter of the Declaration of Independence was Thomas Jefferson, a bourgeois democrat. Fifty-six representatives from the colonies signed the Declaration. The title of the declaration is "United States Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America". The full text of the Declaration is about 2500 words, divided into three parts. 

The first part clarifies the basic principles of bourgeois revolution and puts forward the well-known principles of human rights. The Declaration states that "human beings are born equal, and creators grant them certain inalienable rights, including the right to life, freedom and the right to pursue happiness". The second part condemns the tyranny of the British colonial authorities. 

The third part proclaims the independence of 13 colonies, establishes an independent state and severs all political relations with Britain. The Declaration of Independence reflects the desire of the colonial people of North America to strive for freedom and independence, stimulates the self-confidence and pride of the American people, and greatly inspires the people of all walks of life to rise up to participate in the War of Independence. 

The Declaration of Independence has had a positive impact on winning sympathy and support from people of all countries and promoting the subsequent bourgeois revolution in Europe, especially the French Revolution and the French Declaration of Human Rights.

“Independence Day in the United States is a contribution to the world and a human progress.”Li said.

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