The Silence Pressure Of The American Revolution

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The American Revolution took place in between the 1775 and 1783, and it was a colonial rise in rebellion. There were variety of factors; the environment,the enlightenment, self-goverment or salutary neglect, economic independence, and colonial unity. The environment was the first factor of the nature of the American Revolution. Silence Pressure, the first condition of the environment, was so it can make American society better than the European society. This helped build an American identity in an atmosphere freer than Europe. The environment showed proof that everyone should share certain political rights. The political rights were life liberty and the pursuit of happiness occurred. There was a change from colonial to provinces because…show more content…
Johnson's life story represents the “silence pressure” because he had political rights because of his achievements. That was the pursuit of property, but was changed to the pursuit of happiness. Then when Anthony Johnson died there were other individuals trying to follow his footsteps to the hierarchy build on class but then later build on race. The Bacon’s Rebellion was the result of the lack of hierarchy eliminated basically by free-for-all in the non appearance of hierarchies. The result of the Bacon’s Rebellion made a establishment of hierarchies based on class, but hidden by race. The Bacon’s Rebellion had to do with the environment because there was a significant deal of social mobility, but this gave the colonist anxiety. The colonists faced lack of stability and an uncertain future, plus a chance of social mobility. Therefore, this became a conflict as individuals fought for nature's…show more content…
it was one of Britain's ways to obtain money from the colonists. George Grenville, in 1763, was delegated as the new chancellor. He found a way to make more money by coming up with the Grenville acts. The Proclamation Line Of 1763 didn’t allow settlers to pass the line across the Appalachian Mountains. The Grenville Acts of 1764 and the Stamp act of 1765 were sponsored by Grenville because they were losing money. The Grenville Act consisted the sugar act, currency act , and the administration acts, therefore, it was primary taxes. They were thought to bring in more money for the colonies.The Stamp Act was the same thing as as the Grenville Act, but was centrally taxes. The Stamp Act was also used to bring in revenue to pay for the damage done by the French and Indian War. The colonist believed it was an unfair tax and they wanted the stamp collector to resign. The Stamp Act Congress and Riots was the first crowd to protest against the Stamp Act. The Committees of Correspondence, led by James Otis, was against Britain's harsh implements. The Quartering Acts forced colonists to house British soldiers. The Coercive Acts took place in 1773, and they were put into action because of the Boston Tea

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