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as it was a way that the British wanted to develop a standing army. What pained Americans the most was that the revenues that accrued from the stamp Act was used to pay the British Peacekeepers ( Norton,2015). D. the constitution and the bill of rights were written after the American Revolution. However, there were three groups whom their rights were not considered. These groups were: The Native Americans, Women and The African Americans. Native Americans. The territorial rights of the Native Americans were not considered. For this reason, Washington the destruction of crops and the Indian towns. This aimed at reducing the strength of the Indian and the British. Women. Education or women became very important after Revolution. The Rebublican took the responsibility of educating women as their “job”. Women were required to teach their children to become better citizens. African Americans. The African Americans were former slaves. Some left America nd began a new life in Nova Scotia. However, after Revolution, there were some slaves who continued suffering in slavery. E. Reference Norton, M.B (2015) A people & a nation. Retrieved from
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  • Spring '16
  • A.K.lING
  • American Revolution, Thirteen Colonies, Native Americans in the United States, Southern United States, Stamp Act 1765

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