Liberty and Power in the Second American Revolution



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argument? Does the bulk of the evidence come from primary sources or secondary sources? Do you find that
evidence convincing? Why or why not?)
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helped you understand the subject? What strikes you as noteworthy or significant about the article? Do you
see any flaws? Does it persuade you? Why or why not?)
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Approximately 250 words