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Posted by Laruen on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 3:44pm.

The American Revolution
From 1763 through 1776 the American colonies sprit of rebellion was escalating. After a long period of being ignored, England put harder rules over the colonist. Economic, political, and social factors made the colonist take steps that led to their independence.
According to Document 1 and 3, England treats the colonies as if they were children. They always tax colonist so that way they won’t have any money. The British taxed them after the French and Indian war. The colonists were angry and tried to over throw the king. They didn't have a lot of rights. In the Boston Massacre, British soldiers killed 5 colonists, Paul Revere’s painting increased anti – British feelings.
Thomas Paine wrote “Common Sense”. They’re some quotes in Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense about Britain mistreating the colonies. He feels that Britain has been mistreating the colonies and “bullying” or fighting them. He asks the colonist to fight for independence as they were being mistreated by Britain rights such as life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.

What should I write for my conclusion??? I know I know they are some editing mistakes.

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