Principles of Declaration   

By: Jaxon McCann

Why does a just government need consent of the governed

The most fundamental concept of democracy is the idea that government exist to secure the rights of people and must be based on the consent of the governed.

Who is Responsible for Protecting or Guaranteeing our Inalienable Right  

The government is the one is supposed to be protecting our rights.

Are the principles of unalienable rights and government by consent in the Declaration outdated, or are they still true today?

They are still true today to a certain limit some are pushed but for the most part they are.  

Do these Principals Matter to you if so, Why

Yes they do because I like to live knowing I have rights and that our country is corrupted and is the way the founding father intended  


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