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Toward Independence Chapter 5 Vocabulary
to take back if a government repeals a law, it officially ends that law
a small army of ordinary citizens
refuse to buy something, use something, or take part in something as a way of protesting
cruel or unfair control over other people cruel and unfair government something in your life that limits your freedom to do things the way you want to
a country that agrees to help or support another country in a war someone who helps and supports you when other people are trying to oppose you
colonists who wanted to separate from England colonists who want a self-government colonists that violently rebelled against British control during the American Revolution
colonists who remained loyal to the kingdom of Great Britain and the King colonists who wanted to remain part of England
Ch 5 The American Revolution. debt To owe money congress A formal meeting.
Revolution A sudden, radical, or complete change in a political organization or government The American Revolution brought many changes in the colonies.
Patriot, Loyalist, or Neutral? During the American Revolution, most American colonists had to decide to support the War for Independence or remain loyal.
The Declaration of Independence: What it Means #1: When one group of people is going to break away from a country to form its own nation, then they should.
6.1 Key Questions What were the causes of the American Revolution? Identify the forms of protest used by the colonists Analyze the effectiveness of the.
Ch 5 Towards Independence Purpose: What: Rebellion By: understanding what led to the American Revolution So : we know how rebellion affects our lives.
French and Indian War The French and their Native American allies fought against England Spain joined the war siding with the French England still won.
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Terms for Events leading up to the Revolutionary War.
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Do-NowBrainstorm: What is the difference between a Tory and a Revolutionary? Why would you pick one side over the other? What circumstances might lead.
CONSTITUTION Chapter 1 Section 1. Review Section 1 Constitutional Terms Continental Congress - Elected representatives who advised the colonists on policies.
The American Revolution SOL USI.6 Mrs. Stephens Social Studies Does England Rule? Have the colonists had enough? What were the causes of the American Revolution?
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GANDHI Mohandas Gandhi, often called the Mahatma or “Great Soul” was born in India on October 2, He and his followers threw the King of Britain and.
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A colonial era showdown. 3,731 Miles They had a lot of freedom – they became used to ruling themselves and ignoring the laws of Parliament. Side note:
The Age of Revolutions How did the Enlightenment influence the formation of modern governments?
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Causes of the American Revolution OR How not to Tax People.
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