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Flash cards on the revolution

What role did George Washington play in the American Revolution? He was the first Commander of the Continental Army.
What was the significance of the Battle of Saratoga? It helped European countries (France) to help the Americans.
Who was Marquis de Lafaette? He was a Frenchman who fought with the Americans and bought supplies with his own money.
Who was John Paul Jones? He was a commander of 4 ships in the Continental Navy, he also sank 2 English warships protecting supplies.
What happened at the Battle of Yorktown? The Americans surrounded and bombarded Yorktown until Cornwall surrendered. (Last major battle of the Revolution)
What was "The American Crisis?" Who was the the author? How does it relate to Freedom of Speech? Tomas Panie wrote the American Crisis, A pamphlet containing reasons why America should be free.
What is the definition of Free Enterprise? When business can be conducted freely based on the choices of individuals.
Created by: JaredCouv