1.The chapter introduction tells the story of the Battle of Bunker Hill to make the point thata.Americans won their revolution by pitting dedicated amateur soldiers against the might of Britain's professional redcoats.b.initially the war went badly for the Americans, testing their commitment to liberty and independence.c.a key question in that battle and throughout the war was whether Americans would really fight to win their independence.d.declaring independence was one thing, but after the Declaration, actually fighting against the authority of one's own king was quite another.2.The text suggests that a fundamental question at the outset of the Revolution was, "Will they fight?" Different individuals answered this in different ways. Which of the following does NOT accurately state one of the responses?3.During the first year of the Revolution, American war aims shifted from a desire for redress of grievances to a demand for complete independence. All of the following influenced this shift, EXCEPT4.Which of these was NOT among the actions taken by the Continental Congress, before the Declaration of Independence, that seemed to be the actions of an independent government?5.The Declaration of Independence based the case for independence ona.the violations of colonials' "rights as Englishmen."b.Parliament's infringements on American liberty.c.George III's infringements on American liberty.d.the argument that monarchical government violated both reason and the Bible.6.The first, briefer section of the Declaration of Independence dealt with ________, while the second included ________.