American Revolution Essay | The Role of Propaganda in the American Revolution

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The Role of Propaganda in the American Revolution

Summary: The role of propaganda in the American Revolution.
Not every American Colonist supported the Revolution.  Although many people were for the Revolution, an almost equal amount was against it.  The Colonies were divided into three parts, for, against, and neutral.  It would be impossible to win the Revolutionary War if the Americans didn't have the support of the majority of their people.  In order to spread their ideas, and get the support of the people, the revolutionists used something called propaganda.

One of the first works written that openly declared the separation between the Americans and Britain was called "Common Sense."  Aptly named by Thomas Paine, this pamphlet spurred the American people to unite towards the cause of Independence, stating the injustices forced upon them by Britain.  With the invention of the printing press, propaganda was easily spread throughout the colonies.  Within a...

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