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Term 3: Core


Patriots Colonial Americans that felt that colonies needed more self-government, and wanted more independence from Great Britain.
Loyalists Colonial Americans who remained loyal to Great Britain even when other colonists were criticizing the government.
Revolution A drastic change in power or organizational structures that takes place in a relatively short period of time. Often a revolution results in a change of government.
Independence Freedom from the control or influence of other people or countries.
Rights Something that is guaranteed by a government or a religion.
Social Class Someone’s place in society. Higher classes are traditionally more wealthy and have more privileges.
Treason An action that goes against one’s government.
Traitor Someone who actively works against his or her own government.
Propaganda Misleading information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help
Tyranny An unjustly severe government on the part of any ruler.
Boycott The act of refusing to have dealings with (as a person, store, or organization) usually to express disapproval and hoping for change.
Legislature A group of people elected to make laws.
Created by: Mr.Nichols