A Tyrannical Empire

The Founding Fathers established our country in the basis of freedom.It is this freedom that separates us from tyranny and what makes up America.The accusation was made in our Declaration of Independence against King George III as a result by the tyranny of Great Britain.Politically, the tyranny of George III had severed ties with America with their ideal of Virtual Representation.Socially, the George III's tyranny acted as an instrument of depriving American residents of their Empire by limiting their basic rights.Economically, his tyranny over America directly caused a downward direction of economic expansion with various wrongful acts and imposing taxes. Thus, these transformations in American colonial society were a result of George III tyrannical usurpations and made up the statement condemning him and his empire of their acts in the Declaration of Independence.
The accusation made against George III is politically justified in several ways.Virtual Representation is a complete polar opposite of what the Americans held their belief of politics by.Americans wanted to be represented by their own distinct representative to make their laws.On the other hand, the British's idea of absolute sovereignty over America was that even though America did not have representatives in Parliament, they were still represented because America resided in the British Empire.This was viewed as absurd to both sides and while America wanted shared sovereignty and British absolute none had reached a resolution.The reason being is that during the period of salutary neglect, which lasted close to a century, (approx. from 1689-1763) the Americans relied on themselves to run the colonies.It was also an inter-colonial job that created an image of self-identity. These opposing views thus severed ties and Americans led to repel away from the British.This was why such an accusation was made against George III.Moreover, by …