His vote helped other delegations decide to vote no to independence
His vote helped other delegations decide to vote yes to independence.
His vote made others think that reconciling with England was the best way to vote.
On July 2nd, all the delegations met in Independence Hall.
On July 2nd, they had a debate about why it would be a good idea to separate from England.
On July 2nd, twelve of the thirteen colonies voted for their independence from England.
Electing a new king for the colonies.
Independence from England
Reconciliation with England
Those that signed might be put in a British prison.
Those that signed might have their business taken away by the British government.
Those that signed might be hung for treason against the British government.
He took long naps to regain his strength.
He went for walks in the countryside or on the waterfront.
He sat by the fireplace and read books from famous philosophers.
The law of Nature and of Nature's God which was NOT more powerful than any king's laws.
The law of Nature and of Nature's God and was more powerful than any king's laws.
None of the above
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Only the colonists needed
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