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At the end of the Seven Years' War, American colonists could be best characterized as ________.
George III believed ________.
The central issue in the Anglo-American debate over governance was ________.
Which of these was the elder statesmen that was one of the men who negotiated a peace with Britain following the Revolutionary War?
The English political philosopher most often cited by American rebels was ________.
According to whose political theory is power dangerous and must be countered by virtue?
A major source of information for the colonists was ________.
Which prohibited colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains?
The radical American group that first emerged during the Stamp Act crisis was known as ________.
The Stamp Act of 1765 affected ________.
The boycott movement against the Stamp Act ________.
Which of the following stated Parliament's belief in its own sovereignty?
The fundamental issue leading to the Boston Massacre in 1770 was the ________.
Samuel Adams can best be described as a ________.
The Tea Act of 1773 was passed in order to ________.
England passed the Coercive Acts in response to the ________.
The Suffolk Resolves advocated ________.
In December 1775, Parliament passed the ________, which cut America off from international commerce.
The author of the Declaration of Independence was ________.
The Loyalists were concentrated in _________.
The American victory that led to the French alliance occurred at ________.
Whose activities were essential to the establishment of a colonial alliance with the French?
For the British, French intervention meant ________.
How did ordinary colonists respond after the wealthy elite had initiated the American rebellion?
Which was central to the colonists' position in the Anglo-American debate over parliamentary powers?
Which of the following linked religious values to the practice of government?
What was the most significant consequence of the Seven Years' War?
In what way did the Sugar Act differ from earlier regulations, such as the Navigation Acts?
Which of the following did NOT occur as part of the Stamp Act crisis?
What was the tone of the Stamp Act Congress?
Which list places events in the correct order?
While repealing the Townshend duties, why did the North ministry retain a tax on tea?
What was the main purpose of the continental "Association"?
What was the most important responsibility facing the Second Continental Congress?
What was the significance of Thomas Paine's Common Sense?
Which of the following explains why England lost the Revolutionary War?
What was the role of the colonial militias?
Why did many African Americans in the North take up arms to fight the British?
What did military strategists in 1779 predict would be Britain's last chance for victory over the colonies?
Which event marked the end of the military phase of the war?
American Loyalists, who sided with the British during the War for Independence, ________.
After the Revolutionary War, why did many American Loyalists who returned to England feel betrayed?
What was the significance of the Treaty of Paris of 1783?
Which of the following was NOT a key benefit of the Treaty of Paris for the United States?
Which of the following was NOT a task facing the new nation?
What was the most significant outcome of the Boston Massacre?
What does the following quote by Benjamin Rush signify? "The American war is over, but this is far from being the case with the American Revolution. On the contrary, nothing but the first act of the great drama is closed."