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In one sense, perhaps, the Constitution is a "living document," but not with the same meaning the revisionists attribute to it. The Declaration of Independence is one of the most cherished, historical pieces of declaring human rights from the American Revolution to the present day. ... The Declaration is not a philosophical tract about natural rights, argues Reid, but is instead a legal document—an indictment against King George for violating the constitutional rights of the colonists. [95] Historian David Armitage has argued that the Declaration was strongly influenced by de Vattel's The Law of Nations, the dominant international law treatise of the period, and a book that Benjamin Franklin said was "continually in the hands of the members of our Congress". [96] Armitage writes that because "Vattel made independence fundamental to his definition of statehood", the primary purpose of the Declaration was "to express the international legal sovereignty of the United States".

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Publisher: Adamant Media Corporation (October 2, 2001)

ISBN: 1402194803

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