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666 Illuminati Confirmed ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

independence separation from, or freedom from control by, another country or government
Patriot a person in the American colonies who wanted the colonies to become independent from Great Britain
Loyalist a person in the American colonies who opposed independence and wanted the colonies to remain under the control of the king and Great Britain
neutral not taking sides. In the American colonies, many people remained neutral and did not support either side (Loyalist or Patriot) in the fight for independence from Great Britain.
traitor a person guilty of betraying or acting against his or her own country
tyrant a ruler who uses his or her power harshly
treason the crime of acting to overthrow your ruler or betray your country
resolution a statement that expresses the wishes or decisions of a group
Created by: HeyHF