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Essay | The American War of Independence: The 13 Colonies

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The American War of Independence: The 13 Colonies

Summary: Explanation on how important modern democracy was to the American colonists. Also explains how modern democracy developed in America and how and why it was threatened by the British after 1763 and how the very different thirteen colonies were able to unite to fight the British.
In 1763, Britain and its colonies were not strongly bonded and Britain had just defeated France in the world-wide struggle called the Seven Years' War. The colonists shared a political system with Britain and after the Seven Years' War the thirteen colonies hoped for a better future, where they could be independent. American Independence was the concluding stage towards developing a `modern democracy'. A democracy is a system of the government by the whole community with elected representatives which follows the principles of social equality and respect towards individuals. `Modern democracy' was extremely important to the American colonists as they were all in search of political freedom and a improved life where they could practice their religion, therefore; the thirteen British colonies on the Atlantic coastline of North America united and revolted against the British government which had threatened them after 1763. The final split...

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