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Unit 2 - Founding of a Nation Lesson 1 - No Taxation without Representation  Lesson 2 - The Boston Tea Party  Lesson 3 - The Declaration of Independence  Lesson 4 - The Course of the War  Lesson 5 - The Articles of Confederation  Lesson 6 - Problems with the Articles of Confederation  Lesson 7 - Compromise Saves the Convention  Lesson 8 - Public Debate Over the Constitution  Lesson 9 - George Washington Leads the New Nation  Lesson 10 - the Creation of Political Parties  Unit 2 Review  Unit 2 Test  Unit Overview “A revolution is a force against which no power, divine or human, can prevail…A revolution cannot be  crushed, cannot be deceived, cannot be perverted, all the more cannot be conquered…”  Pierre Joseph Proudhon   The first unit of study in this course will focus on the causes and effects of the American Revolution. Although you  have probably heard the word “revolution” used many times in history classes, could you explain exactly what a  revolution is?  The original meaning of the word “revolution” was scientific in nature, referring to a turning or rotational motion  about an axis, or a single complete cycle of such orbital or axial motion. Eventually the word was applied to 
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Unit 2 Overview - Unit 2 Founding of a Nation Lesson 1 No...

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