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Lecture+_15+Revised+Fall+09 - Lecture #15: Revolutionary...

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Lecture #15: Revolutionary War and Civil War
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I. From Resistance to Rebellion,  1773-1775 A. The Repeal of the Townshend Duties – an Interval of  Quiet B. The Revised Tea Act of 1773 – an East India Company  Bailout  (TOO BIG TO FAIL!) C. The Destruction of the Tea, Dec. 16, 1773 D. The Intolerable Acts: - Boston Port Act - Massachusetts Government Act - Administration of Justice Act - Quartering Act . . . and,  The Quebec Act E. Organizing Rebellion: From the Suffolk Resolves to the   First Continental Congress
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The Able Doctor, or  America Swallowing the Bitter Draught
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II. Rebellion, War, and the Slow   Movement toward Independence A. Lexington and Concord, April 1775 B. The Second Continental Congress, May 1775 C. A Continental Army and a Widening War: Back to  Quebec! Winter 1775-76 D. The British Military Dilemma – Carrots and Sticks E. The Colonies’ Dilemma – Disincentives to Rebel
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