Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. Great preparations making in England to reduce the Colonies to submission. The Colonies must get ready to fight, for nothing can save them but their own strength, the cry of blood is gone out against the
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Economy: taxationKey people, events, and institutions: John WilkesMilitary action: British forcesPolitical philosophy: parent-child analogyPolitical philosophy: rebellionSocial reality: class
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