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The American  Revolution Chapter 7
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Britain believed that ______________ had legal authority in the colonies, while the colonists believed their local assemblies had legal authority. Parliament
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The colonists believed they should not be taxed since they had no _________________ in Parliament. representation
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Patrick Henry inspired other patriots when he spoke out against _________ without ________________. taxation representation His famous phrase: “…give me liberty or give me death.”
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What document expresses the reasons for colonial independence?
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It was written by a Virginia hero…
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The Declaration of Independence states that the authority to govern belongs to the ________ rather than to kings. people
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The Declaration of Independence states that all people are created equal and have the right to: life, liberty, and  the pursuit of 
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Unformatted text preview: happiness. The army fighting for independence was the _________________ army. Continental In favor of independence: Opposed to independence: Some did not take sides: Some slaves fought for the English because they were promised Who was a slave from Virginia that served in the Continental army and was given his freedom after the war? Who had more responsibility at home during the war? Georgie Boy, our hero! Who was the commander-in-chief of the Continental army? The capital was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond was a more __________ location. Richmond was ______ from British attack. The population was moving __________. Richmonds location was better for _______. central safer westwar d trade The British army surrendered after the American victory at And the United States of America was born!...
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