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What Caused the American Revolution?

Summary: It is about the causes of the American revolution.
The American Revolution was the result of a variety of events such as the French and Indian war, the Proclamation of 1763, the Sugar Act, the Townshend Duties, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the battles of Lexington and Concord, the Declaration of Independence ...and the list goes on. Although it was a combination of events that produced revolution, it could not have occurred without Thomas Paine's pamphlet "Common Sense." "Common Sense" made the case for revolution in a way that appealed to all Americans. Its message was that independence was not only possible but also necessary. Prior to the publication of "Common Sense" independence was thought of as idealistic and unattainable. Although people were frustrated with the oppressive British domination of the colonies, they still needed convincing that theneeded to be convinced that solution was revolution.

Because "Common Sense" was published as a pamphlet...

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