The Achievements Of The American Revolution

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The American Revolution(1765-1783) was a dispute over parliamentary authority between American colonists and the British. Their dispute was over who gained or obtained the North American Empire. Colonists obviously fought the British in attempt to take what was rightfully theirs. They burned effigies of English officials, started riots, and did many other destructive tasks to prove that the Northern Empire was their land and they would do anything to keep it that way. These outbursts are known today as the colonists striving for American independence, but in 1775, colonists were fighting for what they felt they deserved. The British and American colonists went to war, in which the americans won, that gave America a new start to independence and freedom. This was a big deal because it was the start and shape of the …show more content…
It molded and set boundaries for the future and give America lawful independence. George Washington was also a man that made a big daring step for America. Although George Washington completed many achievements during his presidency, the American Revolution was the most fulfilled and destined achievement during that time.
Part II: During the American Revolution there was only two side, one in which was labeled as loyalist, and one labeled as patriots. Loyalists were Americans that were loyal to the British Empire during the war. “Patriots or ‘traitors’ were the people that went against the British and supported the Americans. American Loyalists, or ‘Tories’ as their opponents called them, opposed the Revolution, and many took up arms against the rebels”(“Loyalists”). They didn’t approve of the war, they wanted a peaceful settlement between the British and colonists. “Loyalists wanted to pursue peaceful forms of protest because they believed that violence would give rise to mob rule or tyranny. They also believed that independence would mean the loss of

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