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Sam Lovely (0729490) April 1, 2009 HSTAA 401 Assignment #1  One-page paper on the first week’s reading Eric Nellis’ book The Long Road to Change, the American Revolution, 1750-1820 is a narrative  and authoritative analysis of the American Revolution. Of the four authors that we read, Eric  Nellis gives the most objective report and provides the most evidence and stress on the  differences within the colonies.   Joseph Galloway article writes about the differences between  the colonies, however he only does so out of spite for the “American rebellion” and fails to  provide ample evidence for his arguments, instead focusing on his goal to make the Americans  look barbaric and “violent”.  Nellis’ presentation on the colonial differences however is offered in  an unbiased manner which allows us, the reader, to better understand these differences and  how they affected the following historical events. Nellis first explains the cultural differences 
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  • Spring '09
  • conway
  • Eric Nellis, historical events. Nellis, American Revolution. Nellis, journal articles. Nellis, colonies. Nellis

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