Freedom, Liberty and the Novel

4 April 2015
An examination of “Rise to Rebellion” by Jeff Sharra and how it relates to the War of Independence.

This paper briefly looks at several quotes from the book “Rise to Rebellion” by Jeff Sharra and discusses the ideals of freedom and liberty by looking at key areas of the war for American Independence 1776-1783. It examines what these important concepts meant to people like Benjamin Franklin and John Adams.
“Through out the many fights for independence there has always been a view and ideology that sought a restriction upon one nation however, when a nation seeks its own independence and freedom from a despotic ruler or government the reasons are not always clear and precise; for example when the United States of America fought for its independence between the years 1776 and 1783 was not just a war of politics it was also a war of personal prejudices against taxation and the rights of the settlers.”

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