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What does Independence Day indicate in the US?

Asked by S. Barnes, Last updated: Aug 21, 2019

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T. Perez

T. Perez

Answered on Aug 21, 2019

Independence day has to be one of the most important holidays in America. This signifies the time when they have severed their ties with the British colony so that they can live on their own. Fast forward to centuries later, America is still doing very well.

They are known to be one of the first world countries in the world. Some people aspire to be in America because they feel that they can earn more and make the most out of their life when they are there. There is always a belief that those who are living in America are more privileged, but this is not always true. It will still depend on what people make out of their lives even if they are in America. They should again make an effort to do well so they can live well.

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I. Klose

I. KloseAccountant, Franklin
Accountant, Franklin

Answered on Aug 06, 2019

For the United States, Independence Day indicates the anniversary off the day the United States gained its freedom from Great Britain. It represents the day the 13 colonies gained independent sovereignty from the British Empire.

Before the adoption of “Declaration of Independence,” which happened July 4, 1776, the colonies were controlled by the British Empire. The 13 colonies were at war with Great Britain for their freedom so they can be recognized as independent states. In summary, the Declaration of Independence brought the birth of the United States of America as an independent country not ruled by Great Britain.

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