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    Factors leading the American Colonists to the Revolutionary War

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    1. Discuss the impact of the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening on colonial society in America.other over time.

    2.Explain how the colonists responded to the new acts, and trace the evolutionary process that brought the colonies closer to rebellion.

    3.Assess the significance of the American Revolution to the following groups: colonists, slaves, native populations, and women.

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    1. Discuss the impact of the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening on colonial society in America.other over time.

    The Enlightenment allowed for more scientific discoveries (Ben Franklin being an example) and among other things, more open-minded thinking. This new methodology of thinking includes reasoning in a scientific mode towards things like religion and how they viewed their motherland. New more open views towards other religions opened up as well. Also education (post secondary) also improved and expanded considerably. These ideas helped lead towards the "American" idea of freedom and even revolution.

    The Great Awakening allowed ...

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    An expert discusses the impact of the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening on the American colonies. Further examined is how the colonists responded to the new acts, and the evolutionary process that brought the colonies closer to rebellion. is traced. Lastly, an assessment about the significance of the American Revolution on slaves, colonists, women and Native Americans is examined.

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