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How America 'Won' Its Independence 2 Years After July 4, 1776
John A. Tures
Political science professor, LaGrange College in Georgia
I'm sure several of you are shaking your heads, wondering if I got the title wrong. But while American political figures officially declared their independence on July 4, 1776, winning it was another matter. And that came on a hot day in June, instead of a cold day in December.
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