Liberty! The American Revolution.docx

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Liberty! The American Revolution Overview Liberty! The American Revolution is a six-part miniseries spanning over six hours, I will be in large part covering the first episode of the series as I only have one page in which to write. The mini-series begins in episode 1 during the early colonization of the Americas all the way to the end of the Stamp Act and the beginning of other taxes as well. Part two picks up portrays the events up tell the writing of the constitution. Part three go on to the signing of the Declaration and the Battle of Trenton. In part four, the war continues and you get such battles such as that of Yorktown. In part five peace is established and we get to see the long the long term ramifications of the government of the United States. While a bit drab and dry in its presentation the mini-series endears itself to have a documentary like style. It does this with myriads of interviews with historians and by using voice actors to read the quotes of the various men involved the revolution. All done without much
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  • Spring '14
  • AnthonyL.Terry

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