How Could The American Revolution Have Been Avoided

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Was Revolution Avoidable?

Could the American Revolution be avoided? This question is often asked by historians and today my soul purpose for writing this essay is to answer that question. The American Revolution couldn’t have been avoided. The revolution occurred because of clash of interest of british and colonist, Inflaming tensions by the colonist also cause revolution with Great Britain, and the third reason why the american revolution couldn’t have been avoided was the Boston Massacre. The American Revolution couldn’t have been avoided.

First and foremost, I do strongly believe the american revolution couldn’t of been have been avoided. According to enotes.com “ The American Revolution could perhaps have been postponed even longer. If the british had given the colonies representation in parliament”. But again that was to keep delaying the American Revolution for a longer time. But again, enotes.com states “ though
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The Boston Massacre or “Bloody Massacre”, was probably the most infuriating to the colonies. Because according to History.com “A squad of British soldiers, come to support a sentry who was being pressed by a heckling, snowballing crowd, let loose a volley of shots. Three persons were killed immediately and two died later of their wounds”. Again according to History.com “In an effort to demonstrate the impartiality of colonial courts, two Patriot leaders, John Adams and Josiah Quincy, volunteered to defend Captain Preston and his men. The prosecution produced little evidence, and Preston and six of the soldiers were acquitted, two soldiers were found guilty of manslaughter, branded on the hand, and released”. Lastly, shots fired by British soldiers in the streets of Boston in 1770 would spark the American Revolution. This is really important because as blood was shed on american soil, war had just

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