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3.10 Sources and Types of Law

The U.S. Constitution is the highest law of the land. There are other places where laws come from, but the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America.

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1.4 Colonial Complaints and Grievances

The Declaration of Independence was a document written in 1776 that stated the colonists’ complaints against the king of England and the desire for an independent and democratic government.…

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1.3 Video Four Colonial Complaints Against the King

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 Video Three Tea Act and Intolerable Acts

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 Video Two Stamp Act and Townshend Acts

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 French and Indian War

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.2 Mayflower Compact and Common Sense

The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution include important ideas that the writers of both documents borrowed from earlier documents: the English Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights,…

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