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Introduction of the Declaration of Independence

Fill in all the words of the introduction to the Declaration of Independence, including the first clause and the beginning of the second clause.
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Answer
When
in
the
Course
of
human
events,
it
becomes
necessary
for
one
people
to
dissolve
the
political
bands
which
have
connected
them
with
another,
and
to
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assume
among
the
powers
of
the
earth,
the
separate
and
equal
station
to
which
the
Laws
of
Nature
and
of
Nature's
God
entitle
them,
a
decent
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respect
to
the
opinions
of
mankind
requires
that
they
should
declare
the
causes
which
impel
them
to
the
separation.
We
hold
these
truths
to
be
self-
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evident,
that
all
men
are
created
equal,
that
they
are
endowed
by
their
Creator
with
certain
unalienable
Rights,
that
among
these
are
Life,
Liberty
and
the
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pursuit
of
Happiness,
--That
to
secure
these
rights,
Governments
are
instituted
among
Men,
deriving
their
just
powers
from
the
consent
of
the
governed,
--That
whenever
any
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Form
of
Government
becomes
destructive
of
these
ends,
it
is
the
Right
of
the
People
to
alter
or
to
abolish
it,
and
to
institute
new
Government,
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laying
its
foundation
on
such
principles
and
organizing
its
powers
in
such
form,
as
to
them
shall
seem
most
likely
to
effect
their
Safety
and
Happiness.
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