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In order for a Pulitzer Prize to be granted to an individual an unbelievable and almost impossible event must occur For some that task takes a few years for others a lifetime sometimes without success However some people decide not to discover a new formula vaccine or cure for a disease but to create and write a book either out of their own and personal ideas or existing facts Gordon S Wood author of the honorary book The Radicalism of the American Revolution centered his creation on an already existing event the American Revolution In his famous book which won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1993 Wood interprets the Revolutions affect on the American colonies leading to 1776 He uses the cutting board effect on the Revolution by using the war as the main viewpoint and cutting it down into three smaller and more precise categories monarchy republicanism and democracy Why did Wood write this historical text Was he vying for a place to speak his personal thoughts or was he trying to prove a valid and historical point Combining the information of the three categories along with other historical evidence Wood proves that the American Revolution changed America in a way that affects the country presently and whether or not some particular events were necessary for Americas establishment Woods text opens by explaining the status of the 17th Century colonial society as being A thousand different anomalies and inconsistencies Wood 11 An anomaly is any thing person or event that makes a normal situation unordinary or extravagant Since its conception in the late 1700s the thirteen American colonies were under the rule of a monarchial form At that particular time the colonies were a royal mess Everyone had their own ideas and everyone expressed their own views and opinions However the colonies were under rule of the King and Queen of England or monarchy The colonies after the initial move
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