American Revolution

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Before we get started, just a quick note. This is about the American Revolution, told in poem form by a insane Loyalist woman in England.
He came to help Despite the king's order Brave young man Brave enough to ignore a king Brave enough to fight for a foreign country Brave enough to stand in defeat And later, brave enough
The principled remain unwavering, The majority sustain their quavering. The chance of success matters not, The people will fire the last shot. Although the times have changed,
The unbalanced sovereign rules over his people. Treachery, lies, and an unhappy flock. Hobbes and Paine speak of contracts and "Common Sense". But who has common sense?
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