Colonists view of England

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Mikey Matthews Period 1 AP US History Ryder Colonist's View of England 1. When John Adams speaks of virtue, it apples to all the colonists. He is saying that liberty can not exist without individual morals and ethics (also independence said in quote), while the body cannot move without a soul. In a sense, soul and virtue are related because they're both giving you the ability to "move" freely. 2. John Dickinson finds it most shocking that Bristish society relies so much on bribery. He feels that the people of Britain are to blame because of their "utter disregard of virtue." According to Dickinson this is the "unfailing cause of the destruction of all empires". This shows why he feels that this is so dangerous a cause to such a powerful society. 3. Charles Carroll Jr. is writing to colonists who are living outside of Maryland. He wants them to purchase lands in Maryland so that they may enjoy the liberty before it fades due to "dissoluteness of morals." 4. Charles Carroll Sr. is speaking straight to the people of Britain. He is warning
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2010 for the course ENG 125 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '07 term at University of Antofagasta.

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