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Thomas Paine felt that "Every Tory is a coward...never can be brave" and that "the American cause is injured by the British General." Paine felt that the Tories were hurting the American cause in wanting the freedom of the colonies from the British crown. Political cartoonist named Donald H. Cresswell depicted the Revolution as a horse throwing his master off his back...
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Political cartoonist named Donald H. Cresswell depicted the Revolution as a horse throwing his master off his back. In his drawing the horse represented the colonies, and the master being thrown off was the king. All of the mentioned evidence proves that the American Revolution was a civil war. Cresswell's political cartoon especially showed how the Revolutionary War was a civil war because horse and man live together in harmony, similar to the loyalist and the patriots...
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