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Revolutionary War Was Inevitable

Summary: Essay discusses how the Revolutionary War was an inevitable event.
"To withhold the inevitable is to avoid the inescapable." This held true to the situation arousing between the commanding Britain, and it less fortunate colonies. The colonists were communities consisting of persecuted individual's, who in a hope for a new beginning made the long journey across the Atlantic Ocean. In turn as these colonies developed from the Chesapeake Bay to New York they grew and developed a new sense of culture, one separate from the aristocratic European life. By the 1750's huge immigrant waves started to move in, coming from Ireland, Germany, and Switzerland. With this in place the New World was expanding and creating a new definition of culture. Slowly the seed of liberty and prosperity crept through; the growth of republicanism was set. And in time tensions between the two grew and by the 1760's following the French Indian War believed discrimination was set...

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