Analysis Of The American Colonies

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As I sit way in the back, I do not grasp your attention. I am nothing but a buzzing fly that can be easily ignored. Ignored I will no longer be. I will continue to destroy property and start disruptions until I am notice. Until my voice is the loudest among all colonist. We, as less fortunate citizens, came to these colonies to get a new experience and branch away from the total rule by the British. However, when something goes wrong, we run back as if we are little children. There comes a time where we have to let go of this and no longer run back. We must learn to take a beating and let that be a lesson to ourselves that maybe it is time to do something different. We cannot grow as a colony if we continue moving this way; that is …show more content…

“Man being born, as has been proved, with a title to perfect freedom, and an uncontrolled enjoyment of all the rights and privileges of the law of nature, equally with any other man, or number of men in the world...” I do not feel equal in any way, shape, or form. Therefore, I will demand liberty from both the Patriots and Loyalists because I am just as important to this colony as all of you are. The women, slaves, and landless labors all contribute in some aspect rather it be big or small. We buy your goods, shine your boots, farm your land, and much more. If we were to stop with our services, this colony will slowly start to fail. At this point, you have realized that the mob is capable of much. We caused such an upheaval with the Stamp Act that it caused collectors to remove themselves. In my opinion, we did all you elites a big favor because the fancy documents you have would require taxes now. The British did not have a right to tax us; they chose to bring an army here and put themselves into debt. We could have formed our own army and protected ourselves, which would have saved us money. And if we are to be taxed, it should be beneficial to us not the british government. Furthermore, Locke believes that the people have every right to overthrow things we are not in agreeance with. As it is stated in his From Second Treatise Government ,“ salus populi suprema lex”, which translates “the good of the people

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