American Revolution
Colonial America
Decade - 1970s

What role did the Sons of Liberty play in fight for liberty in the colonies?


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2011-12-06 01:48:13
2011-12-06 01:48:13

The Sons of Liberty were a foce driving America towards open rebellion.


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