Changing Colonial Attitudes

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American History

 

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John B

 

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September 10, 2015

 

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The Colonists are on the back foot. III and IV. Colonists make a theoretical compromise which is turned down by the parliament, then another which is voted against by the colonists. It is impossible to satisfy both groups because they are both very greedy in terms of power and the people resent each other...
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Colonists begin to declare their rights in V, yet there is no separation. In VI, they continue this idea and state that instead of compromising with the British government, which seemed to be impossible, they would rather just separate. In the DoI they declare their separation and explain why and give evidence to the reasons to their separation...
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