• Rev War
    The colonists were very right breaking away from Britain, not only justified but also it was about time that they stood of and actually take action against the British. The choice of going to war with them, was the only choice that they had. From the very beginning when the colonists felt upset against...
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  • Common Sense
    Imagine moving to a continent that is oceans away from where you and generation before you grew up. Having to build up from scratch and stabilize a new country full of people. A country where there were no rules and you could build the government different to what you’re accustomed to in your home country...
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  • Khkh
    By breaking away from Britain, life for colonists was made harder but they got many things out of it. By breaking away made the British very angry. The colonist were a good profit for them and didn't want to risk loosing them. Also the British thought it wasn't right for you to just break away from...
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  • Dbq -3 Start of the War
    The American colonists were justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain’s unjust laws and dictatorship. The laws and financial burden that was given to the colonists forced them to unite together and rebel against Britain, which ultimately lead to the Revolutionary War. Parliament imposed...
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  • Revolut
    Persuasive Writing Were the American colonists justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain? Assignment: 1763 marked the end of the French and Indian War, the final defeat of the French and their Native American allies in America. For America’s English colonists, this was a cause for great celebration...
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  • Were the American Colonists Justified in Waging War and Breaking Away from Britain ?
    U.S HIST. Were the American colonists justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain ? The colonists were in every right, aspect and mind not only justified but also it was about time that they stood of and actually...
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  • Were the Colonists Justified?
    Were the colonists justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain? After all of the hardship and violence the British imposed on the colonists, the Americans were justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain. The Colonists were justified in breaking away because the parliament passed...
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  • Causes of the Revolutionary War
    British brought in more soldiers and these same American colonists found themselves locked with the British more violent than ever. Britain sent more troops to receive money for their war depts. This was shocking news for the America’s English colonists because there was still the policy of salutary neglect...
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  • Essay
    The colonists were in every right waging war and breaking away from the British. Not only was this justified but it was about time that they stood up for themselves and actually took action against the British. For instance, the colonist had no say in any governmental matters when it came to the British...
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  • Causes of the Revolutionary War
    Revolutionary War After the French and Indian War, tensions grew between Britain and the colonies. American colonies were justified for waging war and breaking away from Britain because we were trying to defend ourselves from unfair Parliament measures that were imposed on us without our consent; such...
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  • Apush Free Response on Salutary Neglect
    Amber Jackson APUSH Dr. Carter September 24, 2010 Salutary Neglect before 1750 In the time before the 1750’s Great Britain was much too busy to worry about and handle its colonies in the Americas. This was not a bad thing though. The salutary neglect that these colonies experienced helped begin...
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  • Who Ate the Chicken
    justified in waging war and breaking away from british because Britain made this acts 1. Townshend Act 2. Sugar Act 3. Stamp Act 4. Intolerable Acts Britain was to greedy for money after the war with the French. They had no sense for the colonists' rights. The colonists had no representatives in parliament...
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  • 2004 Dbq Ap Us History
    2004 DBQ The French and Indian War altered the political, ideological, and economic relations between Britain and its American colonies in many ways. It changed things such as cultural groups inhabiting the American colonies and the way the colonies were taxed. Document one clearly shows the difference...
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  • Causes of the American Revolution
    proud of their mother country, proud to be from Britain and loyal to their king. But, the reason behind their leaving was always freedom, freedom from taxes, from government, and from persecution. When these freedoms began to be taken away again, these colonists, soon to be known as Americans, were not...
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  • Independence
    the colonies’ declaration of independence from England. Make sure to explain WHY the colonies decided to break from their mother-country as well as any risks that doing so might have entailed. Also include your interpretation of whether or not breaking away from England was a good idea for the colonies...
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  • American Revolution - Essay 9
    revolution is an event that forever changes the life and politics of a certain people. These revolutions often have different degrees that they go to, from little change at all to very radical. The Revolutionary War that occurred in the United States is an example of a revolution that was very radical....
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  • DBQ-American identity and unity
    under Great Britain the colonists were able to create a unique identity and partial sense of unity as time progressed. The colonists had a full sense of their identity being the egalitarian, self-reliant people that they were, but lacked complete unity, still indecisive about breaking away from their mother...
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  • Colonial Self Rule
    From the outset, the English colonies population rapidly grew, along with the different kinds of people of diverse nationalities that had come from all over Europe for the freedom not offered in their homelands and for better opportunities. The colonists, however, were being ruled by a country an ocean...
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  • Revolutionary Prespectives
    event helped lead American colonists to the American Revolution. Without each of these events we might not have the freedom that we experience everyday. The freedoms that every human being deserves but doesn't get. On King's street in spring of 1770, a group of American colonists were throwing snowballs...
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  • Theme: Geography- Development of the United States
    trade, and forbid colonies from trading with other European countries. England also maintained the right to tax the colonies. Both trade and taxation were difficult for England to control, and so an informal agreement emerged. England regulated trade but allowed colonists the right to levy their own...
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