hist quiz #4

hist quiz #4 - Question 1 8 points The American Revolution...

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Question 1 8 points The American Revolution was not just a struggle between England and its colonies - within the colonies, there raged a civil war that pitted supporters of independence - "" - against "", who wished to remain part of the British Empire. At the beginning of the Revolution, the latter made up about one third of the white population of the colonies.
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Question 2 8 points In the American Revolution, the Patriotic side was really an uneasy coalition of two groups with conflicting agendas. On the right wing, hoped to build a strong government dedicated mostly to the protection of private property. This goal reflected the social basis of this group: (A). On the other end of the political spectrum, were skeptical of governmental power, in general, and hoped to preserve local autonomy, as well as a system moral economy still intact in many family farms and small urban workshops. This group enjoyed the support of (B). Fill in blanks 1 and 2 in this question!
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2009 for the course HIST 11 taught by Professor Hudson during the Spring '07 term at CSU Fresno.

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