How Did Sam Adams Influence The American Revolution

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“The Father of America,” one of Samuel Adams’ nicknames and even though he wasn't officially an American leader, he still got the name because he was the spokesperson for the rebellion. Samuel Adams was a very important figure in the American Revolution. Adams had large influence on the American Revolution including setting up the Boston Tea Party in 1773, being an organizer of the Sons of Liberty, and creating the Committees of Correspondence. Firstly, Sam Adams had a prominent role in the Sons of Liberty. According to “American Heroes: Sam Adams and the Sons of Liberty” on, Adams was in direct control of the Sons of Liberty. The Sons of Liberty were a secret group of people who came together to protect the colonists’

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