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Period 3

1754-1800

This course contains 12 segments:

The Seven Years' War (The French and Indian War)

Taxation without representation

Philosophical foundations of the American Revolution

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This course contains 12 segments:

The Seven Years' War (The French and Indian War)

Taxation without representation

Philosophical foundations of the American Revolution

The American Revolution

Between the 1750s and 1776, an escalating series of conflicts between the United Kingdom and its American colonies led to revolution and the creation of the United States of America.

The influence of revolutionary ideals

The Articles of Confederation

The Constitutional Convention and debates over ratification

The Constitution

Shaping a new republic

Victory in the Revolutionary War? Check. Stable system of government? That would take a bit more time.

Developing an American identity

Movement in the early republic

Continuity and change in Period 3

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