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Title: The Patriot Essay

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Subject: History
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Date: February 17, 2001
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While he has his two kids lay down cover fire for him, he sneaks up on the soldiers and slaughters them all one by one. Watching Benjamin take out twenty men is truly a sight to behold: he shoots them, he smashes them with the barrel of his gun, and he hacks them to bits with a tomahawk. The story, while hardly original, is engaging from beginning to end...

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Benjamin Martin is a man who doesn't want to go back to killing. He is an idealist who wants to resolve America's grievances with England through politics. He refuses to fight, and because of this, some of his sons believe him to be cowardly. His oldest son, Gabriel , enlists in the local militia, gung-ho at the prospect of shedding blood for his country...

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