Life Lessons in American History: The Declaration of Independence

Our founding fathers stood up for something they believed in. Will you?

From 1750 to 1775, American colonies were forced to follow unjust laws passed by King George III and the British Government. During this time British troops abused and mistreated citizens of British American colonies alongside unpleasant laws passed by King George III. The 13 colonies were growing tired of the unjust laws and mistreatment. They wanted to be free from the rule of the British government with the beliefs of freedom and basic human rights. In order to achieveĀ this, they had to take a stand for something they believed in. So our founding fathers met time after time with the goal to write an all important documentā€”the Declaration of Independence.

The document was written, the goal acheived, and the final version of the Declaration of Independence was approved on July 4 1776. This day is now celebrated as the American Independence Day.

It`s amazing to think how a group of people that stood up for something they believed in can affect so many people. They did not take a stand for just themselves. They took a stand for a whole body of Americans for years to come. I hope you too will decide to stand up for something you believe in for not only yourself, but for others as well. After all it is your right.

Logan

All American Clothing Co.

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2 Comments

  1. Keep doing what you are doing guy’s . You are not alone in this journey to make our great nation shine again. I believe in American companies that employ Americans and would like to see more of them arise out of the ashes of our once booming business class . I buy American made products first, every time . Unless it is not made here anymore …Thank you for believing in your country and supporting your own first . United we can turn this around!!!!!

  2. Thank you Andy! We are grateful to have the support from Americans like you. We hope you will continue to support us on our journey to make a difference in the creation of American jobs for now and future generations. Offering a USA Made product is not a stand for us, it is a stand for others like our children and grandchildren to come so that they too, can enjoy a standard of living promised with the ‘American Dream.’ Together with the help from Americans like you, we can make that difference!

    Thank you for your thoughts and stopping in today.

    Logan

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