War's Effect On American Civil Morale

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British armies but with a sense of discomfort and distrust (“Unit III” 12). The casualties of war severely affected the American civil morale (“Unit III” 13). 5.1 The implications of the financial acts forced upon the colonies by the crown The implications of the financial acts among the colonies of the crown were a series of rebellion and the growing sentiments to gain liberty (“Unit III” 10). 5.2 The violent and nonviolent reactions to the crown’s authority on the brink of war The rallies of the American Patriots were a successful rebellion that led to the end of the European colonial invasion. Nevertheless, the success of a republic needed more efforts and support, along with leadership and social order. The so-called Founding Fathers
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