The American Revolutionary War: A True Revolutionary?

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The American War for Independence otherwise known as the American Revolutionary War was an armed conflict between the Thirteen Colonies and Great Britain. This conflict began following battles between militiamen and British regulars at Lexington, Concord, and Boston. This war was instrumental to the founding of the United States, leading to the withdrawal of all forms of British authority in 1783. However, despite the importance of this conflict, there lies a level of uncertainty behind the term “revolutionary.” A revolution can be best described as a change, and there is questionable doubt on how “revolutionary” the American Revolutionary War was. There were changes during the war, as impoverished colonists had a chance to rise up in social
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