Term IDs:Republicanism The Stamp Act (1765)Daughters of Liberty Boston Massacre (1770)Lexington and Concord (1775)Common Sense (by Thomas Paine, 1776)Primary Source IDs:British Cartoon, A society of Patriotic LadiesPaul Revere, The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King Street, Boston, on March 5, 1770Road to RevolutionI.Why the Revolution Was Crazy-Incomplete Revolution-This was a crazy thing to do, how did they possibly think they could pull this off.a.Power of the British Empire-Fought against and separate from the most powerful and profitable empire in the world-In no way was it likely to win against this empire.American RebelsStrengths: Live where the battles will be fought, gain supplies from the French if persuaded, unconventional fighters Weaknesses: Some military training, not united, generalsGreat BritainStrengths: Navy, supplies (industrialism), professional armyWeaknesses: European Rivalsb.Lack of Unity -Tried to unify colonies that had no relations before. -Great awakening: a series of religious revivals (Protestant), which were uniting them as a whole. Though it was still separated in colonies.-Consumer Revolution: more and more in British supplies were becoming consumed by the British colonies. c.Republicanism-Form of government chosen.-Is a government run and elected by the people (white male, landowners)-Was radical in the 18thCentury. -Demagogues: Is someone who takes advantage of someone’s ability.