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political discussionsHowever, women were still remain socially inferior to men – the marriage contract Lecture 3: American RevolutionC. Implications of Independence
One outcome of the Revolution was the emergence of a new image for women known as “Republican Motherhood” that called for mothers to prepare their sons to be good citizensIronically, women who did not have the right to participate in the public sphere, were expected to raise their sons to be good citizensLecture 3: American RevolutionC. Implications of Independence
A final group to be disappointed by the results of the Revolution were the LoyalistsDuring the war many states required individuals to take a loyalty oath or have their property confiscatedAfter the Revolution more than 100,000 Loyalists, such as John Wentworth, had their property confiscated went into exileLecture 3: American RevolutionC. Implications of Independence
While the Treaty of Paris of 1783 required the end of persecution of Loyalists and restoration of their property by the states, in reality, most property was not returnedIn this rare case, the property rights of the Loyalists, but supporters of the Revolution would benefit from the seized propertyThe issue of compensation would not be resolved until 1827Lecture 3: American RevolutionC. Implications of Independence
Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders, analyze the fractured loyalties of slaves and Native Americans, and explain how the American rebels defeated the British, thus rejecting hereditary rule. Special Note: It is probably best to consider this outcome as one with two partsStudy Guide for Outcome #6Introduction
(a) Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders . . .Study Guide for Outcome #6Introduction – (a)
(a) Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .What is the prompt?Study Guide for Outcome #6Prompts
(a)Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .Definition of explain:to make (something) clear or easy to understandStudy Guide for Outcome #6Prompts
(a)Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .What is to be explained?Study Guide for Outcome #6Prompts
(a)Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .What is to be explained?Study Guide for Outcome #6Prompts
(a)Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .Developing the thesis statement:Most significant events in history have multiple causes – they are the product of a stew not an arrowOften causes are illustrated by colorful statements – “no taxation without representation” is associated with the economic causes of the American RevolutionStudy Guide for Outcome #6Thesis Statements
(a)Explain the causes of the American Revolution and the rhetorical directives of Patriot leaders. . .

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