Address to the People of America. The leaders in the Colonies aim at Independence. The consequences of their obtaining an Independent Republick considered
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Economy: empireEconomy: trade and commerceEconomy: trade restrictionsKey people, events, and institutions: ParliamentLoyalist, British resistance and ideology: Loyalist resistance to new governmentsLoyalist, British resistance and ideology: support for hierarchyMilitary action: British forcesMilitary action: militias and irregular forcesMobilizing the populace: military depravation, fear of attackMobilizing the populace: relief of Boston, Boston as examplePolitical philosophy: British supremacyPolitical philosophy: dependence and independencePolitical philosophy: English constitutionPolitical philosophy: harmonyPolitical philosophy: monarchyPolitical philosophy: rebellionPolitics and causes of revolt: political rumorSocial reality: internal disorder, civil warSocial reality: religion and fast days
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