American Revolution Essay | The Revolutionary War

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The Revolutionary War

Summary: An overview of the factors related to the colonists' sense of independence and liberty that led to the Revolutionary War. These factors included restrictions on civil liberties and parliamentary taxation imposed by the British government; and political ideas, such as the idea of taxation without representation, that emerged in the colonies.
The Revolutionary War in the United States is probably the most significant event to happen in the American history. It was the first time that a revolution against a set empire had succeeded. The colonists' motivation to triumph over the British's control included the thought of independence and liberty, which were main factors for persuading people to immigrate to the colonies in the beginning. But when that liberty and sense of independence was stripped away through the restriction of civil liberties, parliamentary taxation, and political ideas, it led to the rebellion in 1776 with the outcome of their freedom, and a sense of patriotism that engulfed the people in America.

The British restricted the rights of the colonists in their civil surroundings through numerous acts such as the currency act, the declaratory act, and the intolerable act. The currency acts restricted the colonists' privilege to pay off their...

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