Remarks on the present state of affairs: If we cannot enjoy the privileges of Englishmen, when connected with them, let us break off the fetters of affection which have hitherto bound us to them
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Key people, events, and institutions: Continental CongressLoyalist, British resistance and ideology: opposition to LoyalistsMobilizing the populace: Dunmore's proclamationMobilizing the populace: military depravation, fear of attackPolitical philosophy: dependence and independencePolitical philosophy: rebellionPolitical philosophy: rights of EnglishmenPolitical philosophy: slavery, bondage, and consentSocial reality: Indian-white relationsSocial reality: internal disorder, civil warSocial reality: slavery
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