American Revolution Essay | The American Revolution

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The American Revolution

Summary: Provides a history of the American Revolution. Examines the formation of the United States and its beginnings as a British colony. Analyzes the effect of the war on England.
A question that some people may have about the American Revolution is why did both sides fight? The British had had one to many acts when it came down to the Tea Act in 1773 the colonists thought it was the last straw and created one of the most important events in American history. What were the reasons of the American Revolution? Major reasons that the Americans fought for were, that they had no say in the English parliament and another was that the British forbid the colonists to expand westward. The only thing the British had to say about the colonists cry about "No taxation without representation" was that the colonists were Englishmen and the parliament was made up of Englishmen. In the Proclamation of 1763 the British told the colonists that they were not allowed to go past the Appellation Mountains. Even though the colonist went west...

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