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The Importance of July 4th: America's Independence Day

  On July 4th, 1776, the United States of America declared its independence from Great Britain. The Declaration of Independence, which was drafted by Thomas Jefferson, outlined the reasons for the separation and listed the colonists' grievances against the British government. The document was signed in Philadelphia, Pa., by 56 delegates to the Continental Congress, including John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. The American Revolution continued for several more years, but the signing of the Declaration marked a significant turning point in the fight for independence. The Declaration of Independence serves as a symbol of freedom and democracy for Americans. The July 4 th holiday provides an opportunity for reflection on the nation's past, present and future, and serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by those who fought for our independence. The day is marked by parades, fireworks and other patriotic displays. The significance of Independence Day is roo

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