A Sense of Identity and Unity

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Before the revolution against Great Britain, the colonists knew who they were and what they stood for. Although Great Britain and the colonies both spoke English, each had their own vocabulary. Great Britain's was more refined and the colonies' vocabulary was more rugged. It was this rugged vocabulary that helped the colonies shape a new identity...
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It was this rugged vocabulary that helped the colonies shape a new identity. Sometimes words were the same in the two regions but had different interpretations. The word "constitution" to the Englishmen explained all the laws and ways of protocol that had existed since the start of their kingdom. To the colonists is meant a document that gave the colonists different rights and powers...
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