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ch8 vocab

QuestionAnswer
Independence Freedom from being ruled by someone else.
declaration A statement that declares, or announces, an idea.
rights Freedom that are protected by a government's laws.
treason The crime of fighting against one's own government.
loyalist Someone who was still loyal to the king.
neutral NOT taking sides!!!
inflation A rise in the prices of goods .
retreat To move away from the enemy.
mercanary A solder who is paid to fight for a foreign country.
victory Success in battle
strategy A plane of action.
traitor Someone disloyal.
surrender To give up.
Thomas Paine He is separate from the Britain.
Patrick Henry A Patriot from Virginia.
King George the third The Ruler.
George Washington The first President.
Deborah Sampson Deborah Sampson dressed in men's clothes to join the Continental Army.
Mary Ludwig Who took over her husbands place because he was hurt!
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