American Rebellion Lecture

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American Rebellion (Revolution) 15:18 Told from the side of a Loyalist Rebels destroyed dual heritage o Usual view is wrong of the American rebellion Rebelled b/c of British oppression o Big lie o Worlds freest govt. led by a patriot king Believed the colonists were not represented in Parliament Occasionally made mistakes Parliament would change the law if people protested Parliament responded properly, but the colonists did not o Did not give parliament sufficient time considering the circumstances o Had to consider what was going on, debate and discuss their policies Colonists acted too quickly True problem: American representatives in London  o Doing a horrible job o Benjamin Franklin A duplicitous fiend Stole letter of Gov. Hutchinson and leaked them to the press Establish American parliament o Would’ve been a good idea
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Been useful b/c travel time People closest to the scene to make the decisions Oppressive acts in 1760s o The Sugar Act (1764)
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course HIST 1530 taught by Professor Washington, m during the Fall '06 term at Cornell.

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