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Essay heading: The Continental Congress
 
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Written by: Inga
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Moreover, the sacrifices already made for American liberty would have been in vain if such a poor palliative were accepted as the terms of peace (Principles and Acts of the Revolution). The "blood and treasure" already expended by Americans, exclaimed the radicals, and made reconciliation impossible except upon the colonists' own terms...
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Moreover, the sacrifices already made for American liberty would have been in vain if such a poor palliative were accepted as the terms of peace (Principles and Acts of the Revolution). The "blood and treasure" already expended by Americans, exclaimed the radicals, and made reconciliation impossible except upon the colonists' own terms...
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