1. To what extent did the American Revolution effect a fundamental change in American society? How far had Americans gone by 1790 in fulfilling the ideal of equality? What limited the pursuit of full equality in the new nation?
Thomas Hutchinson, chief justice and lieutenant governor of Massachusetts, and his family were having dinner at the time on 26th August. 1765, the rioters got his house to destroy and to loot those properties. This riot was happening just because of implementing Stamp Act, the British tax that encourages the passage for the British which concern the violation of the liberty from colonists. Hutchinson’s relative Andrew Oliver’s house was under attacked by the Ebenezer Mackintosh, who was shoemaker, and his supporters, the Bostonian working groups. Ebenezer was the person to fight against French during the Seven years’ war. That attack was able to disperse by Hutchinson, as he appointed Andrew Oliver to administer the new law. They arrested Ebenezer for destroying Hutchinson’s house then he was released later on loyal Nine, the group of merchants and craftsmen, who were against the stamp Act. The violence led by the Loyal nine was erupted at large then intend and they promised to protest in peaceful manner and pushed Hutchinson that British to rule America effectively by shortening English liberties. Even though , it was a small outbreak until a half-century of protest that spread to the western world like Europe and the Caribbean,which was called the Age of Revolution started in British North America. This revolt was expression of colonies from the parliament’s attempt to tax and against rich rulers.