1.The different political arguments the colonists used to justify their rebellion against British authority and the question of; what bonded the revolutionary leaders together as the "founding brothers"?
2. Ellis asserts that the decade of the 1790s was “the most crucial and consequential in American history.” Explain the reasons he gave to support this statement?
3. Today, it seems clear the American Revolution was part of a global transformation of nations, governments, and economic systems that has taken place in the last 250 years. Describe the type of political and economic system that has become the “model” of national success around the globe and why many Americans believe that it is the model to be copied.