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Read the Declaration of Independence. What is the core of Jefferson's argument with the British? How does his argument expressed both in the Declaration and in some of his other writings that you may find in Voices of Liberty, relate to the concerns expressed by the North Carolina Regulators, the New York Sons of Liberty, Thomas Paine's or James Chalmers?

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