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YOU have to watch the videos are linked below and read the article that are attached.
Refer to the article & course source materials and the textbook only. You do not need to do any research. Do not use outside sources (Internet, Websites etc.) Assignments with outside sources will receive zero points.
Examining the American Revolution is an essential part of understanding American democracy. In order to thoroughly understand how revolutionary, the American Revolution actually was, historians also need to assess the Revolution through different peoples including Native Americans, enslaved and free African Americans, and white women and men of different social classes, religions, occupations and geographic regions in the United States.
For this assignment, you will read the article “The Unknown American Revolution” by Gary Nash AND the primary source documents “Road to Revolution” to answer the questions.
Read the assignment questions carefully before you read the sources. Read the sources carefully, taking notes as you read. After a thorough and careful reading, answer the assignment questions with insight and clarity. Answer each questions fully, paying attention to all parts of the questions. You have specific questions to answer. Please leave the questions on the assignment submission and place your responses directly after each question.
Each question should be answered in 2-4 solid paragraphs. Use academic college level writing including evidence analysis and place in historical context. To support your answers, provide specific details and examples with in-text citations from the materials. Responses received without in-text citations will receive a 5-point off the earned grade and may be considered plagiarized.
Draw upon what you have read but also reflect upon the relevant historical material covered in class. Answer the questions on the attached word document. Responses must include the questions & response should follow each question individually.
1. What is Nash arguing in “The Unknown American Revolution”? What events does he look at? Whose perspectives on the Revolution does he look at? What is his overall argument or thesis? (Find a sentence that summarizes his overall thesis). Provide specific examples and details from the reading to support your responses.
2. The primary source documents reveal the experiences of various groups of people in their search for independence. What do these documents reveal about the struggle not only for independence from Britain but also for equality in America? Provide specific examples and details from various groups of people to support your response.