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2 Social Studies By: Jacob Donais

3 Vocabulary Lesson 1: 1.Public opinion-The point of view held by the majority of people. 2.Independence-The freedom to govern on one’s own. 3.Allegiance-loyalty. 4.Resolution-A formal statement of the feelings of a group of people about an important topic. 5.Preamble-An introduction; first part. 6.Grievance-A complaint.

4 Vocabulary Lesson 2: 1.Patriot-A colonist who was against the British rules and supported the rebel cause in the America Colonies. 2.Loyalist-A person who supported the British government during the America Revolution. 3.Neutral-Not taking a side in the disagreement. 4.Pacifist-A believer in the peaceful settlement of difference. 5.Regiment-A large, organize group of soldiers.

5 Vocabulary Lesson 3: 1.Enlist-To join. 2.Turning point-A single event that cause important and dramatic change.

6 Vocabulary Lesson 4: 1.Traitor-One who works against one’s own government. 2.Negotiate-To talk with another to work out an agreement. 3.Principle-A rule that is used in deciding how to behave.

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9 Answers 1.Patriots 10. False 2.John Hancock 11. Report to unit the formal congress to a country 3.Freedom 12. French and Spain 4.Patriot 5.Common Sense 6. Articles of confederation 7.Pacifist 8.They had a chance to win 9.Acted against his country 10.False 11.To be fair to the loyalist 12.True 13.Both, Frontier settlers, Frontier settlers, Native Americans, Frontier settlers 14.Essay Question 15.Took sides


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