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Boston Tea Party

Badly disguised as Indians, a rowdy group of patriotic vandals kicked a revolution into motion

Enlisting an army of alter egos, Adams used the Boston press to make the case for American independence and to orchestrate a burgeoning rebellion.

For ten tumultuous years Sam Adams burned with a single desire: American independence from Great Britain.

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