The causes of the American Revolution essay

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Week 2 Discussion 1: The American Revolution

What were the causes of the American Revolution?

How did the British colonists evolve from good citizens to revolutionaries and back something as unique as the Declaration of Independence?

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What were the causes of the American Revolution?
The principal cause of the American Revolution was the fact that the colonists considered
they had been deprived of their rights as Englishmen hence they started a battle for their rights
(Howell 34). They were independent people and they wanted to live freely without being

controlled. Mo...

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