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“Consistent with the foundation of our democracy and our frequently professed belief in the inherent dignity of human beings, we would also agree that all humans are created equal, at least to the extent of denying that differences of sex, ethnicity, nationality, and place of residence change the value of a human life.”

In this sentence, why does the first sentence begin with “consistent”??😊😉😂

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“Consistent with the foundation of our democracy and our frequently professed belief in the inherent dignity of human beings, we would also agree that all humans are created equal, at least to the extent of denying that differences of sex, ethnicity, nationality, and place of residence change the value of a human life.”

In this sentence, why does the first sentence begin with “consistent”??😊😉😂
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