My Fellow Colonists: Why Should I Win The Revolutionary War

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My Fellow Colonists, The Patriots are persistently fighting against the British for freedom from its clutches. In 1774, the First Continental Congress met to discuss some complaints about the British rule over the colonies. However many Americans felt that nobody listened to their concerns which made them unhappier and a year later, the fight against Britain broke out in Lexington and Concord(1). While we have many people helping us defeat the British, we still need more people to help us win this fight for our freedom and the people we need to help us the most is all of you. If all of you do not help us fight, the state of our colonies will be worse and we will be under the British rule permanently. A major reason that we are taking a stand…show more content…
I know that many of you are probably thinking, “Why should I fight in the war? It will too much work and too dangerous.” As a general, an important thing that I learned throughout my training was that hard work and dedication can always lead to success, even if the success is not right there in front of you. Our experienced Commander-in-Chief, George Washington, had previously been a commander of the French and Indian War, helped the Colonies win the war and was put in charge of Virginia’s militia forces and this man had no previous military experience before the French and Indian War(3). If anyone was chosen to be a Commander-in-Chief for any war or battle, it would be him. Sometimes in life, you need to look beyond what you see and ask yourselves, “Do I want to make the place I live a better place for myself and for the next generations? Where do I want to be ten years from now? What can I do to speak for those who cannot?” If you do not take this opportunity, you will never get to look back at all of the hard work you have done when you had that opportunity. All of you lead a path for the next generations to come and the future of your children and grandchildren are in your hands. A change in the world starts by taking the
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