Declaration of Independence And Purpose of Government

Do you know the amazing fact that in which section of the declaration of independence is the purpose of government described?

So, here is the answer:

In one simple word, it was the ‘Preamble Section’ of the declaration.

Here America’s founding fathers described their main purpose of forming the new country the United States of America, and a new government.

in which section of the declaration of independence is the purpose of government described
The Preamble of The United States

But what was the most special thing did they describe here? 

Actually, in the preamble section, they described something completely revolutionary.

Their words were to change the ruling system of the whole world in the future along with America.

Of course, as you can guess, here they described the birth of ‘Democracy and Democratic government’.

Let me share with you, what its preamble section really want to describe:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”.

If you approach these words carefully, you will notice that the seeds of the birth of a democratic nation have been sown in all these words.

Even some people want to say –

“Among all the good sentences written in the English language until today, this one is the best of best”.

What do you say?

Aren’t they?


The Importance of The Declaration’s Preamble Section

This part of the United States of America’s constitution is not only an important part of the nation.

But it is also an important part of the development of the entire world’s democratic system.

The development of a democratic system is possible, only depending upon these ideals.

Taking inspiration from it, still, too many democratic countries of the world make their constitutions.

One of its most significant example is India.


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