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Dissatisfaction The cause of not being satisfied
Imposed Taxes To pay your taxes
Proclamation of 1763 The new laws in 1763
Rebellious The act of being a rebel or bad
Restricted Off limits
Revenue The result of the taxes
World Power To have more land than anybody else
Democratic Government Fair government
Derives To approve of an item
Expresed To share something
Interdependence A group of people
Inherent Rights Your rights to engage into something
Liberty Freedom
Natural Rights Rights your always supposed to have
Philosophies Someone's thought into sometihng
Property What someone owns
Pursiut Of Happiness The reason someone is happy
Revolutionary Movement A movement that has a cause all of the world
Unalienable Rights Rights someone can't have
Violate To invade
Armed Conflict The reason of the conflicts
Championed To win
Commander The cheif or the one in charge
Delegates People not allowed to vote
House of Burgesses A group of government
Individuals To sperate things or people
Inspired To give creative ideas
Beliefs Something you think is true
Capable Able to do something
Principles The important parts
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