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A July 4 Tradition: NPR Reads The Declaration Of Independence

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A July 4 Tradition: NPR Reads The Declaration Of Independence

Thirty years ago, Morning Edition launched what has become an Independence Day tradition: familiar NPR voices reading the Declaration of Independence.

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Below is the draft of the Declaration of Independence adopted by the Continental Congress 242 years ago in Philadelphia. It is read by NPR staff members in the accompanying audio.

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