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The American Revolution

laws passed by the British Parliament to punish the colonists after the Boston Tea Party
Group which wanted a weak federal government with strong state government rights
Work by Thomas Paine in which he challenged the authority of the British government and the monarchy
Sites of the first battles of the American Revolution
The first constitution signed by the thirteen colonies. It created a weak central government
A group which wanted a strong federal government during the writing of the Constitution.
A treaty signed in 1783 by the U.S. and Britain which ended the American Revolution'
A political cartoon created by Ben Franklin showing a snake cut into eight segments. It encouraged people to aid in the rebellion and to work together.
The idea that Britain allowed the colonists to violate its trade laws as long as their profits were high.
A type of representation where members of the British Parliament had the right to speak for the interests of all British subjects
The leader of the Federalist Party and the founder of the nation's financial system
Leader of the anti-federalists who believed in states rights and the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.
George Washington's push for free speech, no foreign alliances, and no sectionalism or political parties
The belief that the Mother Country such as Britain has colonies for profit.
the first ten amendments to the Constitution are called the Bill of _.
A law which was ssed by the British Parliament to place a tax on newspapers and legal and commercial documents in the colonies
The type of government ruled by a king or queen.
Site of a protest during which colonists dressed as Indians dumped tea in a harbor
A secret colonial protest group that sparked rebellion in the colonies and fought against unfair taxation was called the ___ of Liberty.
The Proclamation ___ of 1763 set the boundaries of British and French territory