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Unformatted text preview: Homestead Ethic Features of backcountry rebellions Evangelicals vs. Rationalists “Devil twitch my cloaths” “loathsome insect over fire” April 19, 2010 “provinim” in the eighteenth century Staples vs. Consumer Model Status in Colonial Society Americanization through Anglicization Transformation of Benjamin Franklin Colonial justification for rebellion Revolutionary (or Whig) Ideology Loyalist ideology April 26, 2010 Anti-slavery in Georgia Three Conditions for anti-slavery thought American tradition of the jeremiad Jefferson’s thoughts on slavery and anti-slavery Conditions for Nat Turner’s Rebellion Consequences of Nat Turner’s Rebellion (north and south) Gradual and Immediate Abolitionism May 3, 2010 Film: Opposing views on Nat Turner novel Film: William Styron’s Defense...
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