The Declaration of Independence Essay | Declaration of Independence

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Declaration of Independence

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A key element seen in the Declaration of Independence is propaganda. The Declaration of Independence, a document that seems to be a declaration for independence of an oppressed and maltreated people, is actually the greatest example of propaganda. Propaganda is forms of media that is sole purpose is to make you think a certain way, particularly by the exaggeration of the truth. There are four elements of propaganda. The first element is the strengthening of your argument and making it greater. The next element is attacking the opponent's argument and degrading it. The third element is providing counter arguments for the opponent's arguments. The final element is exaggeration of the truth. All four elements are present in the Declaration of Independence. The document consist of 4 parts; introduction, preamble, indictment of George III, and the conclusion.

Thomas Jefferson began the declaration by declaring the purpose of the document...

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