May 19, 2015
Research Paper Rough Draft
Imagine you were born in 1759, and it’s now 1775, the start of the War of Independence. Would you volunteer to fight for you independence? Do you think the American Revolution was really necessary? This war is also known as The American Revolutionary War. This war has been going on for 8 straight years nonstop and it was one of the bloodiest wars back in history. Every country has independence and every country fought for their independence, and America was no exception. Independence is when a country governs itself. My topic is about the American Revolution, it’s all about the history and key factors. This war was started because of taxation, loss of independence, The Intolerable Acts, and The Battle of Concord. Agatha Clark notes in the article “What Were the Most Important Causes of the American Revolution in the British Colonies?”, in Demand Media,
when the American
Revolution began in 1775, the American colonists were not yet fighting for their freedom from Britain. Instead, they were attempting to preserve their rights as British citizens which had been violated by taxation and military oppression. The complex causes of the American Revolution ultimately led to the colonists issuing a Declaration of Independence and fighting a war for freedom from British rule.
During the beginning of Colonial America, there were many people who migrated from Europe to settle the new founded American Continent. They traveled from Europe to escape the laws, taxes, demands, and nobility brought upon them at the hands of King George III and Parliament. They wanted to be free from the tyranny of King George III. When the colonist arrived on the American Continent they felt freedoms that they had never before felt. After, feeling the freedom of being on this newly found continent King George once again started ...
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