1975 DBQ

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It also seems that people were more compromising and cooperative. In a meeting of the Company of Volunteers before the Battle of Bunker Hill, participants swore to obey all rules and laws (Document M). The political aspect of the democracy was probably the most important...
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The reason society was moving towards a more democratic lifestyle was mainly because of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. In towns, the public was allowed to have a say in their legal affairs. In one case, a person asked Congress if all people could have equal land...
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