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Talking Revolution

Novel By: budwalker1607

An imagined conversation between Britain and America during the American Revolution, with minor appearances by France, Canada and other players. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Dec 12, 2013    Reads: 19    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   

The American Revolution, a Conversation - 1760-1774

British Empire: Ok, enough with the boycott! We will remove all the taxes.

American Colonies: Thank you very much!

British Empire: …except for tea.

American Colonies: Ummm … why?

British Empire: Just to prove we can.

American Colonies: Fine. We refuse to drink it.

British Empire: We don't really care if you drink it or not.

East India Company: Actually …. we're kinda going bankrupt over here. We need them to drink it.

British Empire: Oh for God's sake … just drink the tea!

American Colonies: No. We'll drink coffee instead.

British Empire: Do you even know what that is?

American Colonies: Ummm … we hear it's real good.

British Empire: Whatever. Several tons of tea is on its way to you.

American Colonies: Not a good idea.

British Empire: Why?


British Empire: WTF?

American Colonies: We don't know … we heard it was a bunch of Indians ….

British Empire: Yea! More like a bunch of drunks who dressed up in costume in the alley behind the taverns.

American Colonies: We get all kinds here in Boston …..

British Empire: Fine!


American Colonies: Oh it's on now!





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