not taking a side in a disagreement
the freedom to govern on one's own
a single event that causes important and dramatic change
one who works against one's own government
an introduction; first part
a large, organized group of soldiers
a believer in the peaceful settlement of differences
a rule that is used in deciding how to behave
a person who supported the British government during the American Revolution
a formal statement of the feeling of a group of people about an important topic
to talk with another to work out an agreement
a colonist who was against British rule and supported the rebel cause in the American Colonies
the point of view held by the majority of people
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