The Declaration of Independence and the Declaration of the Right of Man and of the Citizen both differentiate from each other, and they are similar in some parts. The Declaration of the Right of Men and of the Citizen focused more on the rights of men. The Declaration of the Rights of Men and Citizen lists the rights of the common citizen and what the government cannot or should not do. It tells that the French want a new form of government. They were not breaking away from their country; they were breaking away from their king and old form of government. While the declaration of independence focused on the rights of all people. The Declaration of Independence was written to declare independence from Great Britten and start another, completely separate, country.
The Declaration of Independence, which stated the faults within the monarchy and how it mistreated the colonies, was a document that established a split between England and the American Colonies. The Declaration of Right of Man stated the rights that should and need to be given to men within the country it did not provoke a call for independence between two separate lands. Both The Declaration of Independence and the Declaration of Right of Men stated ‘All Men are Created Equal.” The declaration of independence stated “All Man are created Equal”, to assure that Men get unalienable rights and among these are “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. The Declaration of Right of Man stated that “All Men are created Equal” because the ignorance, neglect, or contempt of the rights of men were the sole causes for corruption of the government. Both the Declaration of Independence and The Declaration of Right of Man chose to give rights to Men. (Declaration of the Rights of Men-1789. Artical 1.) States that “Men are born and remain free and equal”. . “All Men are Created Equal” can be found in both two documents because the purpose of the two documents was to emphasize that there was no divide...
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