Address to the People of Virginia. Urged to unite their utmost endeavours, by all means in their power, to prevent the ruin they are threatened with
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Williamsburgh, Virginia, North America
Key people, events, and institutions: ParliamentMobilizing the populace: trade boycottsPolitical philosophy: American nationalism, unity, rights of AmericaPolitical philosophy: corruption and virtuePolitical philosophy: English constitutionPolitical philosophy: historyPolitical philosophy: libertyPolitical philosophy: luxuryPolitical philosophy: parent-child analogyPolitics and causes of revolt: Continental AssociationSocial reality: classSocial reality: the poor, povertySocial reality: the rich
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