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American Revolution

coercive threatening someone to force them to act a certain way
dependent relying on someone else for support
independent not relying on someone else for support
intolerable unacceptable; unbearable
Loyalist a colonist who supported the British government during the American Revolution
negotiate try to reach an agreement or compromise
Neutral a colonist who did not take a side in the American Revolution
Patriot a colonist who was against British rule in the American colonies
petition signed request made to the government
proclamation public and official announcement from the leader to the citizens
treaty an agreement between countries
turning point a single event that causes an important change
Created by: ccelmer