"The American Revolution"
Between the years of 1750 and 1776, the worsening relations between the colonies and Great Britain were illustrated by the views colonists had towards the British Parliament and King George III. Even people inside Parliament didn't always agree with King George and Parliament. (Doc B) The Proclamation of 1763 was a major turning point in people's mind where they could not go west of the Appalachians. They united in protection of their rights as Americans, even though some of them opposed the idea of becoming independent. Also, they became a new, united race that lacked injustice and servility. The colonists united in protection of their rights as Americans, even though some opposed the idea of become independent, but they became a new, united race that lacked injustice and servility for the extent that the colonists developed of their own identity and unity as Americans by the eve of the Revolution.
First, colonists united regarding their rights, for they has decided that a powerful government had to be checked by the Body of People, so that they would maintain stability within their own country. America is firm, united and is resolved to defend their liberties against anything and if they didn't unite then they all would be demolished. (Doc. C). Join or Die was propaganda released to scare the other states into joining the so called serpent in fighting the French and Indians. (Doc A) We need to take up arms so we can protect our homeland and become free. (Doc E) The Boston Massacre was used to show that the British didn't care for the colonists and killed them. Therefore, stopping any kind of fallacy that would result in a rebellion, and weakening the country. Also, the reader see it when the Representatives meet...