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Essay heading: John Dickinson
 
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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This power is lodged in the Parliament and we are as much dependant on Great Britain as a perfectly free people can be on one another.” This quote makes Dickinson seem as though he is against England, but in the “Oliver Branch Petition”, from July 5, 1775, his views were a little different. “…the apprehensions which now oppress out hearts with unspeakable grieved, being once removed, your majesty will find your faithful subjects on this continent ready and willing at all times…to assert and maintain the rights and interests of your majesty and of our mother country...
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“…the apprehensions which now oppress out hearts with unspeakable grieved, being once removed, your majesty will find your faithful subjects on this continent ready and willing at all times…to assert and maintain the rights and interests of your majesty and of our mother country.” It is possible that in the 8 year period between the “Letters from a Farmer” and the “Oliver Branch Petition” Dickinson’s views have changed on the colonies...
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