Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America
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Economy: bountyEconomy: debt and creditEconomy: industryEconomy: moral economyEconomy: paper moneyEconomy: trade and commerceEconomy: trade restrictionsKey people, events, and institutions: commissioners of tradeKey people, events, and institutions: Continental CongressKey people, events, and institutions: French and Indian WarKey people, events, and institutions: ParliamentKey people, events, and institutions: Quebec, CanadaKey people, events, and institutions: Stamp Act and riotsKey people, events, and institutions: Tea Act and Boston Tea PartyKey people, events, and institutions: Townshend dutiesMilitary action: foreign alliancesMilitary action: intelligence and planningMobilizing the populace: military depravation, fear of attackMobilizing the populace: trade boycottsPolitical philosophy: British supremacyPolitical philosophy: Catholicism and anti-CatholicismPolitical philosophy: charters and fundamental lawPolitical philosophy: contract theoryPolitical philosophy: corruption and virtuePolitical philosophy: harmonyPolitical philosophy: historyPolitical philosophy: justice, law, and natural lawPolitical philosophy: longing for peace, peace overturesPolitical philosophy: mixed government, hierarchyPolitical philosophy: monarchyPolitical philosophy: parent-child analogyPolitical philosophy: rebellionPolitical philosophy: republicanism and representationPolitical philosophy: slavery, bondage, and consentPolitical philosophy: tyranny, oppression, and despotismPolitics and causes of revolt: British taxationPolitics and causes of revolt: Navigation ActsSocial reality: internal disorder, civil warSocial reality: slavery
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