Patriots who they were the group of colonist that

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Neutrals: (Who they were): The largest group of colonist that where in between (What they believe and want):
Attachment CDirections: After completing the Part 1 of this lesson. Use the information you compiled to label and complete the Venn Diagram identifying the differences and similarities of the Patriots, Loyalists and Undecideds.
Optional Activity: On a separatepiece of paper write a 5 paragraph essay explaining the ideas of thesethree political beliefs
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Attachment DPatriot, Loyalist, or Neutral? You decideDirections: Read the following story about each colonist during the American Revolution. After, circle whether the colonists would have been a Patriot, Loyalist or a neutral. Write a brief explanation for your decision.Colonist AColonist A is a poor farmer in the Hudson Valley of New York. Colonist A has paid no attention to the trouble brewing in the colonies. His day to day struggle to maintain his farm and family is what worries him. His problems have recently become worse; his landowner, a Loyalist, has had some financial troubles and to get himself out of his enormous debts, his landowner raised Colonist A’s rent three times in the last five months. Colonist A barely earns enough from selling his crops to pay the original rent amount and now with the raise in the rent, Colonist A will be evicted from his farm. He and his wife have six children and fear they will have nowhere to go if they are forced to leave the farm.Patriot Loyalist NeutralReason for decision:Patriot- Colonist A has paid no attention to the trouble brewing in the colonies.Colonist BColonist B is a wealthy woman from New York City. Her husband’s business earns tremendous wealth and honor for the family. She frequently claims to be related to several members of the House of Lords in the British Parliament. She worries aboutthe amount of violence being committed by mobs of men called the Sons of Liberty. She and her husband fear that their wealthand their connections to Britain may cause them to be targets of the mob.

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