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The role of mobs in colonial society and The American revolution

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When thinking of the American Revolution, most people today think of George Washington's solidarity with the troops at Valley Forge, Thomas Paine's call for liberty and independence and Paul Revere's ride to warn the townspeople of Boston of the incoming British invasion. While these pivotal figures are ingrained in the minds of Americans as being the key players in the colonial cause for independence from Britain, they are not the ones that drove the revolution: they were merely the leadership. The colonial peoples who organized themselves into mobs were the driving force behind the revolution.

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