History Test 1

History Test 1 - Chapman 1 1. Since 1763 you have been...

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Chapman 1 1. Since 1763 you have been ambivalent concerning your loyalty to England and your American colony . It is now July 5, 1776, yesterday, the Continental Congress proclaimed independence from Great Britain and you must make a choice . Will you remain loyal to England (Great Britain), or will you chose to become an American patriot? Explain your choice . My choice is simple; I will become an American patriot . I will fight for justice, for equality, and for the dawn of a new era . After much thought I have realized that the involvement of the British in our communities is only going to worsen the situation, I will stand up against the tyranny of Great Britain and fight for freedom . Freedom from senseless acts forced upon us by the English cowards . I have considered many justifications for my decision to fight. The first of which begins in the final year of the French and Indian War . The war was long and hard for many of us colonists
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