Study Guide for Chapter 5 and 6

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Study Guide for Chapter 5 and 6 What did the Americans believe they were fighting for? Remedy and grievances against the King Who did Common Sense (written by Thomas Paine) gain support form? For commoners They were gaining support for independence Declaration of Independence written by… Thomas Jefferson What did the Declaration of Independence contain? Idealist views List of grievances Kings crimes All men are created equal 1 st inspired the French revolution What was the plan decentralized government? Articles of Confederation What were characteristic of the American war for independence? Relatively small Dependent on the weather Very savage New type of conflict guerilla warfare It was one of the first or the first wars for freedom
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Where did Thomas Jefferson get most of his information for the Declaration? Other colonial declarations of independence John Locke Lee’s Resolution Who was the real center of authority in the American Revolution? Each town and city had their own group of people fighting hence disorganization Where did the Americas get most of their supplies for the war? France and foreign lands George Washington commander and chief …what did he do?
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