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The American Revolution: who was more to blame; the British or the American agitators

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  1. The British tax laws imposed on the Americans and infringement of their independence contributed to the revolution
  2. The Americans' desire for independence in governing themselves and their resources led to the war

In wars, individuals, groups or communities are involved. Their actions and words are key contributing factors that eventually end up into a war. In the American Revolution, there were two major groups involved, the American agitators, and the British. There is therefore need to look at who should bear the greater responsibility or take more blame for the American Revolution. Dull (1985) says the British tax laws imposed on the Americans and infringement of their independence were a major contributor to the revolution. Wood (1992) states that the Americans' desire for independence in governing themselves and their resources amidst British government's quest for dominion and thirst for America's resources, led to the war. This essay seeks to assess the involvement of both the American agitators and the British in an effort to show who should shoulder more blame.

[...] The American Revolution: Who Was More To Blame; the British or the American Agitators Name Institution Abstract In wars, individuals, groups or communities are involved. Their actions and words are key contributing factors that eventually end up into a war. In the American Revolution, there were two major groups involved, the American agitators, and the British. There is therefore need to look at who should bear the greater responsibility or take more blame for the American Revolution. Dull (1985) says the British tax laws imposed on the Americans and infringement of their independence were a major contributor to the revolution. [...]


[...] Both American Agitators and The British ought to shoulder the blame for the losses, but more so, the British. Conclusion To comprehend the degree of blame associate to a particular group or country in the American Revolution, it calls for further investigations of all the other countries that were involved. Many other wars have happened after American Revolutionary war and caution need to be taken by nations, states and even households to live harmoniously and at peace always resolving conflicts amicably since after a war, casualties can never be the same, the dead cannot be risen hence need for prevention, stopping and avoiding of wars. [...]

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