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3 of the colonists reactions included the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, and Tar and Feathering. Each of them going against what the British had to say.
I think that is a great idea.
The declaration of Independence was basically a break up letter to the British empire saying the the colonies want their freedom. There is 4 parts of the document. There is Preamble, Declaration of Rights, List of Grievances, and the Revolution of Independence.
We got our freedom !!!!!!!
So during the war, there series of events that happened including France joining in and helping the colonies through some rough edges. George Washington helped the colonies while leading them to victory and gaining what is now the United states of America, their independence.
The odds of the war was that the British had well trained troops while the colonies took a technique called the guerilla warfare. That technique didn't follow the rules of war.
Lets jump them from behind. They won't know what hit them.
The positive outcomes o the revolutionary war was that the colonies gained their independence from Britain, there was rights for all white men, the revolutionary spirit spread to Europe, the Continental congress wrote the first constitution giving the people the power, Britain had to leave all American-owned property behind, the Americans could now grow, spread, move and farm West, They gained all land east of the Mississippi River Also women gained rights in their families.
The negative outcomes was that the American economy was unstable and weak: war debt, No government/voting rights given to women,natives,blacks, or slaves yet, France asked the U.S. for help in their conflicts, they had disregard for the natives-moving into their territory even more, we lost our primary trading partner, we had major issues with the first constitution, and 217,000 Americans died during the war.
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