American's Identity by Eve of Revolution

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American History

 

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Morris G

 

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September 1, 2014

 

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University

 

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This mode of life, recognizably the American way of life, was a land of opportunity and equality for all. There was no real social hierarchy, aristocrats were few, and because of human freedom sentiments (mainly founded in the outspoken Middle colonies) America was unlike anything known in Europe. The cultural fusion undergoing in North America (specifically the colonies) changed not only a people's way of living, but also their views on politics and how one should govern and be governed...
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This mode of life, recognizably the American way of life, was a land of opportunity and equality for all. There was no real social hierarchy, aristocrats were few, and because of human freedom sentiments (mainly founded in the outspoken Middle colonies) America was unlike anything known in Europe. The cultural fusion undergoing in North America (specifically the colonies) changed not only a people's way of living, but also their views on politics and how one should govern and be governed...
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