How did enslave people in the colonies react to the stirrings of revolution?
During and after War of Independence in America, political, social and cultural beliefs of the nation changed dramatically. It took thirteen different colonies to set aside differences, come together and end the British rule. After the struggle, an extremely strong and hard working group of citizens emerged out from a battered nation, giving the country hope and courage.
The stirrings are sexual thoughts that will lead to people wanting sex. They treat the stirrings so that people won't have the urge to have sex and thus they can keep the population under control. And I suppose they also treat it to make people focus more on their job and raising children, instead of on their relationships and sex.
When the colonies were founded and people migrated from England, those people were still considered Englishmen, or subjects of the British crown. At the same time, they were fererred to as colonials. When the revolution started in the 1770s, some supported the revolution and were called rebels by those loyal to the crown. Those who were from the colonies and loyal to the crown were loyalists.