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13 January, 10:16

Who was The Declaration of Rights and Grievances addressed to during the American Revolution?

A. Women who wanted suffrage or the right to vote.

B. Freed slaves and abolitionists.

C. The President of the United States.

D. The King and English Parliament.

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  1. 13 January, 11:00
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    The correct answer is:

    D. The King and English Parliament.

    Explanation:

    The Declaration of Rights and Grievances was written by the Stamp Act Congress, which was the first Congress of the American Colonies, this document was addressed to King George and his English Parliament to state that American colonies had the same rights as the British people living in Britain, that there shouldn't be taxes imposed without representation and that people living in American colonies also had the right of trial by jury.
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