The Declaration of Independence
By Kathleen Harner
The Unalienable Rights and government by consent is a part of the declaration where it talks about...
Unalienable: We have a right to life,liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Having the Unalienable Rights makes things more fair
Consent: We have a say in the decisions the government makes
One way we consent is by voting
A just government needs consent of the governed so....
We have equality
Power is evenly distributed between the government and its people
The person who is in charge of protecting our Unalienable Rights is....
One way they do this is by putting Veterans on the battlefield who fight for our freedom and pursue our happiness
The American Civil Liberties Union has been extremely active in using the courts to protect our natural rights
The principles of the Unalienable rights and government by consent aren't outdated because...
We still vote which is a way to consent
The government till this day does a good job of protecting Unalienable rights
Our amendments are still in place
We have freedom and are not in danger of other countries
These principles matter to me because...
I am free
My rights are not being violated
Not all countries have these guidelines
I realize how lucky I am to be an American