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Can you help me with a thesis statement from this prompt:
"Identify and discuss the turning points which marked the changing relationship between american colonists and the britich which eventually lead to the american revolution?"
I only have the Boston massacre picture, an account of the Boston Tea Party, the letter from the First Continental Congress, the Sons of Liberty resolutions, and the Declaration of Colonial Rights and Grievances.

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