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What event occurred when a group of British soldiers fired into a crowd that was harassing them?
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What event occurred when a group of British soldiers fired into a crowd that was harassing them?
Boston Massacre
The United States declared independence on what date?
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The United States declared independence on what date?
July 4, 1776
Which group was most responsible for open resistance and violence against the acts of Parliament?
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Which group was most responsible for open resistance and violence against the acts of Parliament?
Sons of Liberty
What did the British government do in order to raise money to help pay off war debt from the French & Indian War?
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What did the British government do in order to raise money to help pay off war debt from the French & Indian War?
Taxed the Colonies
What three types of protest occurred in response to the Stamp Act?
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What three types of protest occurred in response to the Stamp Act?
Violent, Economic, and Intellectual
The Declaration of Independence was primarily written by whom?
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The Declaration of Independence was primarily written by whom?
Thomas Jefferson
Which pamphlet written by Thomas Paine got the Colonists discussing the idea of independence?
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Which pamphlet written by Thomas Paine got the Colonists discussing the idea of independence?
Common Sense
What was the final offer of peace sent to King George III?
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What was the final offer of peace sent to King George III?
Olive Branch Petition
What did the Declaration of Independence say was a right of the people when faced with a government that is destructive of their rights?
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What did the Declaration of Independence say was a right of the people when faced with a government that is destructive of their rights?
Abolish the Government
'Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness' in the Declaration of Independence were examples of what types of rights presented by Enlightenment philosopher John Locke?
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'Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness' in the Declaration of Independence were examples of what types of rights presented by Enlightenment philosopher John Locke?
Natural Rights
What was Great Britain's most significant advantage at the start of the war?
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What was Great Britain's most significant advantage at the start of the war?
Well-trained army and navy
What was the most important result of the Battle of Saratoga for the Patriots?
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What was the most important result of the Battle of Saratoga for the Patriots?
French agreed to an Alliance with the Patriots
Washington’s victory in which battle against the Hessians after corssing the Delaware River Christmas night was a dramatic morale booster to the American cause?
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Washington’s victory in which battle against the Hessians after corssing the Delaware River Christmas night was a dramatic morale booster to the American cause?
Battle of Trenton
Why was the Battle of Bunker Hill such an important battle for the Patriots?
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Why was the Battle of Bunker Hill such an important battle for the Patriots?
Boost of Confidence for the Patriots
What were two of the three most significant advantages for the Patriots during the course of the war?
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What were two of the three most significant advantages for the Patriots during the course of the war?
1) George Washington's leadership; 2) French Alliance; and 3) Fighting a Defensive War at Home
What did the Bill of Rights protect?
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What did the Bill of Rights protect?
Civil Rights of the people or Individual Rights
Who was known as the 'father of the Constitution'?
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Who was known as the 'father of the Constitution'?
James Madison
Your right to freedom of speech is found in which Amendment?
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Your right to freedom of speech is found in which Amendment?
First Amendment
Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 adopted the Great Compromise to settle differences over what?
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Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 adopted the Great Compromise to settle differences over what?
Representation in the legislature
What was the name of America's first constitution?
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What was the name of America's first constitution?
Articles of Confederation
What does the legislative branch of the federal government do?
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What does the legislative branch of the federal government do?
Write or make the laws
What does the executive branch of the federal government do?
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What does the executive branch of the federal government do?
Enforce or Carry Out the laws
What does the judicial branch of the federal government do?
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What does the judicial branch of the federal government do?
Interprets the laws
Which branch of government appoints federal judges and ambassadors?
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Which branch of government appoints federal judges and ambassadors?
Executive Branch
Which branch of government declares war?
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Which branch of government declares war?
Legislative Branch

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