HIS202 week 3
HIS202 week 3 HIS 202
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The Rise of A Revolutionary Movement Republicanism world view, citizens coming together to discuss pubic issues. Minimize power, maximize liberty. o Smaller the government the better o Opposed to professional military o Economic order Democracy opposed to structures that republicanisms would accept. Revolutionary Activity in Massachusetts A case study Popular leaders o James Otis Defense lawyer, defending merchants accused of smuggling o Samuel Adams Poor brewer, blames luck on problem within the colony The “Popular Party” in Massachusetts Caucus club The “Mob” (involving people in politics) The general court The Townshend Act Colonial reaction Boston massacre Repeal of Townshend Acts Continued agitation by popular leaders Attempts to rouse opposition Committees of correspondence Tea Act & Aftermath Opposition Intolerable Acts 1774 Colonial reaction
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