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  • 1. THE REAL REVOLUTION 1763-1776
  • 2. THE REAL REVOLUTION
    • FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR CONCLUDES IN 1763
    • BRITAIN EMERGES VICTORIUS
    • SAFETY AND WELFARE OF COLONIES NO LONGER DEENDS ON GREAT BRITAIN
  • 3. CONFLICTING INTERESTS IN THE WEST
    • SETTLEMENT OF WESTERN LANDS
    • WHO WILL PAY FOR IT?
    • WHO WILL DEFEND IT?
  • 4. CONFLICTING INTERESTS IN THE WEST
    • PONTIAC AND THE SIEGE OF DETROIT
    • PROCLAMATION OF 1763
  • 5. COMMERCE AND CURRENCY
    • WRITS OF ASSISTANCE
    • CURRENCY SHORTAGE IN COLONIES
    • CURRENCY ACT IS PASSED - 1764
  • 6. TAXATION
    • BRITAIN DEALS WITH DEBT
    • SUGAR ACT- AN ATTEMPT TO INCREASE REVENUE
    • STAMP ACT - 1765 - FANS THE FLAMES
    • DECLATORY ACT - ASSERTS FULL AUTHORITY OF PARLIAMENT
  • 7. TAXATION
    • TOWNSHEND ACT
    • QUARTERING ACT
    • SAMUAL ADAMS - ISSUES “CIRCULAR LETTER”
    • A CALL FOR BOYCOTTS
    • SONS OF LIBERTY - THE ENFORCERS
  • 8. ESCALATION
    • THE BOSTON MASSACRE
    • TEA ACT -1773
    • BOSTON PORT ACT OF 1774 - CLOSES BOSTON HARBOR
    • QUEBEC ACT OF 1774
  • 9. IDEOLOGY OF THE REVOLTION
    • FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MEETS - 1774
    • TORIES AND RADICALS
    • JOSEPH GALLOWAY
    • MASSACHUSETTS SUFFOLK RESOLVES - ENDORSED BY THE CONGRESS
  • 10. ROAD TO REBELION
    • NO ROOM TO RETREAT
    • LEXINGTON AND CONCORD
    • LOYALTY!
    • INDEPENDENCE DECLARED
  • 11. INDEPENDENCE DECLARED
    • THOMAS PAINE & COMMON SENSE
    • A GAMBLE
    • HOW WOULD COLONIES GOVERN THEMSELVES?
    • HOW WOULD THEY RELATE TO ONE ANOTHER?
  • 12. INDEPENDENCE DECLARED
    • WHAT WOULD BE CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE?
    • WHAT INTERNAL CHANGE WAS NEEDED?
    • WOULD THERE BE A CHANGE IN SOCIAL ORDER?
    • COULD THEY OVERCOME DIVISIONS?
  • 13. CONTEXT FOR CONFLICT
    • LOYALISTS
    • WHY LOYAL?
    • TAKING SIDES
    • TREATY OF PARIS - SEPT. 3, 1783
  • 14. ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
    • FIRST CONSTITUTION OF UNITED STATES
    • A LEAGUE OF FRIENDSHIP
    • NO POWER TO TAX
    • A WEAK CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
    • STATE CONSTITUTIONS - HAD TO BE REVISED
  • 15. INTERNAL REVOLUTIONS
    • LOYALIST BREAKOUTS CREATE NEW WEALTH
    • MOST NORTHERN SLAVES FREED BY 1804
    • ANGLICAN RELIGION FALLS FROM FAVOR
    • PRIMOGENITURE WEAKENED
    • MILD INCREASE IN WOMEN’S RIGHTS
  • 16. CRITICAL PERIOD
    • DISORDER IN THE WEST
    • NORTHWEST ORDINANCE - 1787 - PUTS WESTERN TERRITORY UNDER FEDERAL RULE
    • CHAOS IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS
    • CURRENCY ISSUES
    • SHAY’S REBELLION
  • 17. THE CONSTITUTION
    • SOMETHING HAD TO CHANGE
    • PHILADELPHIA - MAY TO DECEMBER 1787
    • SECRET DISCUSSIONS
    • VIRGINIA PLAN - TWO HOUSES BASED ON POPULATION
  • 18. THE CONSTITUTION
    • NEW JERSEY PLAN - ONE HOUSE WITH ONE VOTE
    • DEADLOCK
    • CONNETICUT PLAN - A COMPROMISE
    • CHECKS AND BALANCES
    • THE 3/5 COMPROMISE
  • 19. THE CONSTITUTION
    • HERE COME THE ANTI-FEDERALISTS
    • A BILL OF RIGHTS?
    • THE FRAMERS - WHO WERE THEY?
    • WHAT ABOUT HUMAN NATURE?
    • WAS IT A REVOLUTION?