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A non-fiction account of the real reasons why the American Revolution started over one hundred years before 1776. While many historians believe that the British Proclamation and the Quartering Act of 1763, the Sugar Act of 1764, and the Stamp Act of 1765 enacted by the British led to colonial resistance to Bristish rule with the Boston Tea party of 1773 and the Declaration of Independence in 1776, the author presents material to show that the desire for independence by Americans began as early as 1676 with Bacon's Rebellion and possibly before that when the Virginia government was organized in 1679.

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