4th of July Statistics
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The 4th of July by the Numbers

The 4th of July is a wonderful day for Americans: family reunions, barbecues, parades and fireworks, all for celebrating their country’s freedom. The United States Declaration of Independence didn’t just change the course of American history, it also inspired many movements from different nations to fight for liberty. There are a handful of interesting facts and statistics about the US Independence Day that you might want share while celebrating with your friends or family. Also see Casualties of American Revolution.

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  • Fuhrer Teapot

    The first few sentences of the Declaration of Independence are great. Then it devolves into a rant and accusations against King George III who was not responsible for colonial policies of the Parliament. It was all propaganda to convince citizens to rebel.

  • spookylady

    I love America!

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04/07/2016