Resolutions adopted by the Meeting in the Fields, referred to by Mr. Thurman. 1. That Boston is suffering in the common cause of the Colonies. 2. An invasion of the rights of one Colony is an attack upon the liberties of all. 3. The shutting up an Am
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Economy: trade and commerceKey people, events, and institutions: Continental CongressKey people, events, and institutions: meetings, provincial conventions and assembliesMobilizing the populace: elections and dissemination of convention proceedingsMobilizing the populace: trade boycottsPolitical philosophy: American nationalism, unity, rights of AmericaPolitical philosophy: English constitutionPolitical philosophy: libertyPolitical philosophy: rebellionPolitical philosophy: tyranny, oppression, and despotismPolitics and causes of revolt: elections and votingPolitics and causes of revolt: Intolerable Acts
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