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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Part II


Below is the second video on the causes of the American Revolution.  You should complete four more steps on your causes note sheet in the history binder.  Watch for the special incentive embedded in the video!

(Still some rough editing, but improving!)

17 comments:

Loraine Ramos said...
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Vaeda said...

I believe that by them saying it's the perfect crisis means that with Boston closing down could start something big,Boston closing down was the first part to the "Perfect Crisis." I think that they intended to do more things to make the British mad and those things led to the revolutionary war.

Tori Davis said...

On one hand of the situation, it's good for a group of people, and on the other hand, it's good for another group because, if the Boston port is blocked off, one group gets what they want, but the other group doesn't. Either that or because the people who were happy about the port closing were also suffering, but they thought that it was for the better good. :)

Tori Davis said...

That might be it. :D

Anonymous said...

The perfect crisis is the cause of the revolutionary war. Along with some other things. The perfect crisis, i think is the struggle of one or more colonies. When one colony starts to struggle that gives the other colonies a chance to really show what they are made of.

Krystyon Harper

Yolo Swaggins said...

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Lauren Elizabeth said...

I think that "the perfect crisis" would be that something very bad is going to happen but it will benefit something else. Like leading to the revolutionary war.

Samantha Klein said...

I think by "the perfect crisis" they meant that basically the British no longer had control over them. The tea was basically the only way that the British could "get to the Americans..." But now that the Americans are getting along fine without the British's tea, the British no longer have any other way to blackmale or make the Americans mad enough to follow through with thIer taxes... Or let them be "hands on" for once

Cassy Kribell said...

The reason why they called it the perfect crisis was because it was the best chance to spread the now rising patriotic fever because so many people were angered so they could now persuade the others to fight and rebel against Britain

Gramps17 said...

It was called the perfect crises because they problem wanted it to happen

Lauren K. said...

This angered all colonist and brought them close together because they all had the same thoughts. This also sparked be idea of independence for the colonies. " The Perfect Crisis"

Kelsey said...

They called it the perfect crisis because they realize Boston shuts down, creating boycotts, which do not give the British money, which Britain needs

Jasmine said...

I believe they called it the perfect crisis because they could use this to rally up everyone to unite against t the British. They could use this to boycott and fight back as said in the video.

Hailey Gomeringer said...

I think that they called it a perfect crisis because it gave them more reason and cause to fight the British, and they could've used it as propaganda saying it was a crisis because of the acts, and they called it perfect because of the opportunity they had.

Zero said...

It was called the perfect crisis because this was what the wanted to spread patriotism and to persuade other people who were angry also to come and fight.

Zero said...

It was called the perfect crisis because this was what the wanted to spread patriotism and to persuade other people who were angry also to come and fight.

Colton Phipps said...

The perfect crisis is what I thought to be a big change
I think since Boston is closing, all the people living their will be so mad they will fight with the sons of Liberty
To beat the British and gain freedom back and reopen Boston