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On what date did the American Revolution really begin? What secret techniques were used to harness the Revolution's tremendous energy? Why does the Declaration of Independence have two paragraphs? Why does the Act of Confederation have thirteen articles? Why does the Constitution have twenty-four sections and two footnotes? How did counting a slave as three-fifths of a person in the Constitution promote abolition? "Sources, Similarities, and Ciphers" reveals the answers to these questions and many others.
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