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Were the Patriots Justified in Expelling and Abusing the Loyalists?

Summary: This essay includes persuasive information on whether or not the Patriots in the United States were justified in abusing and expelling the Loyalists to the King of Britain before and during the American Revolution.
Were the Patriots justified in abusing the Loyalists and expelling them? During the process of which the Patriots fought Britain to obtain the lifestyle they pursued in America, the lifestyle in which they wished to be independent and have their natural rights protected, they blindingly infringed on the Loyalist's natural rights. Thomas Jefferson appealed universally by provoking the natural rights of humankind in the Declaration of Independence (the natural rights theory was first conceived by John Locke), but had no justification to do so because the Patriots were not protecting the rights of the Loyalists. Natural rights gives an individual the right to be able to choose to do anything as long as it doesn't deny other individuals the equal right to the same freedom, the right to acquire property, work and engage in business with others, and the natural...

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