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Short Exercise 4 - “pursuit of happiness” is one’s...

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Mickey Green February 28, 2008 Short Exercise 4 The concrete grievances in the Declaration of Independence help us  understand what the “pursuit of happiness” meant to Thomas Jefferson and his  contemporaries. The grievances range from taxation to quartering by the British government.  The 
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Unformatted text preview: “pursuit of happiness” is one’s journey to be free and happy with their life. To be free of taxation would make someone free from government rule....
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