Why was the revolution important
What started the revolution
Who was the main leader of the revolution and how did he affect the revolution
Perspective of loyalist and patriots
Include relevant economic, social, intellectual, religious, cultural, and political conditions of the place and time
How your topic developed over time.
What occurred as a result of your topic, both in the short term and the long term?
What changed or stayed the same in America because of the revolution?
What impact did the revolution have on society or on the course of human events?
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