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he authors of the Declaration of Independence of the United States failed to address the rights of women, Native Americans, and African Americans because at that time in society, they were not considered to have any rights.

African Americans and Native Americans were not deemed to be citize...

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he authors of the Declaration of Independence of the United States failed to address the rights of women, Native Americans, and African Americans because at that time in society, they were not considered to have any rights.

African Americans and Native Americans were not deemed to be citizens and women were considered to be second-class citizens.

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at the time in society they were not considered to have any rights

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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