AP U.S. History Exam 2.10

AP U.S. History Exam 2.10. What does the excerpt suggest about the movement for American independence?

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Early British ColoniesRise of Self-Governance
Evolving Political and Cultural Attitudes in the ColoniesColonial Resistance to British Control
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The Colonial Independence Movement and the War for IndependenceBasis of the Call for Resistance
Colonial Leadership and the Popular Movement
Growing Unity Among the Colonists
Support for the Patriot Movement
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and the question What is the excerpt Suggest about the

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movement for american independence and hear your potential answers All

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right well by seventeen fifty for the colonists were pretty

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fed up with unfair taxes which only added to their

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growing appetite for independence That was this burgeoning movement for

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american independence made up of a colonist willing to compromise

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with parliament Quite the opposite right illness had no desire

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to compromise with parliament especially because the british government was

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determined to prevent them from gaining any measure of independence

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Like it's rid of a indeed was the movement for

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american independence notable because see few colonists were willing to

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risk their freedom to join Well actually many colonists were

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willing to risk their lives for independence particularly after the

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british government started restricting their civil liberties as well with

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liberty All right so if we clear away see that

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means that movement for american independence must have been be

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led by well known established elites So much of the

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independence movement was made up of artisans and workers The

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leaders and writers of key documents came from well known

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elite educated families John adams the author of the excerpt

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was a central figure in massachusetts lung before he cried

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out against the boston massacre or join the continental Congress

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So b is the right answer In fact many of

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these elites went on to shape america's system of government

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all but ensuring that wealthy cultured men with one's created 00:01:53.912 --> [endTime] equal wayne