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Explain the moral judments made by Samuel Adams and Thomas Hutchinson
Weegy: The basis for each of them, was their religion. Their upbringing and their beliefs were implicit in their judgementsmoral judgment was he was fighting for the greater good because he felt the british were not abiding by there laws. [ He wanted to prove a Point, thus lies his moral judgment to fight back. ] (More)
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. Explain the basis of moral judgments made by Samuel Adams and Thomas Hutchinson.
Weegy: The basis for each of them, was their religion. Their upbringing and their beliefs were implicit in their judgements User: Explain the importance of building a foundation for critical and creative thinking when evaluation historical events such as the Boston tea party. Weegy: When evaluating the provided materials in this assignment, I utilized several strategies of critical reading, listening, and viewing. [ I examined the context of the judgments of the individuals involved including Adams and Hutchinson, but also including others who had a stake in the issues. After examining the class readings, I engaged in reflective thought so as to engage the questions more fully. I also found ways to recognize problems, so as to keep my mind open to workable solutions. Avoiding the Boston Tea Party has been a subject of endless speculation. However, after examining the relevant literature, it could have been avoided if the parties involved had not been so dogmatic. ] User: identify two possible strategies that Thomas Hutchinson or Samuel Adams likely used to develop and improve their thinking as those historical events unfolded prior to taking a stand and acting according to there beliefs. Weegy: Samuel Adams listen to the people and what they wanted this was instrumental in the planning of the Tea Party. User: Explain the basis of moral judgments made by Samuel Adams and Thomas Hutchinson Weegy: The basis for each of them, was their religion. Their upbringing and their beliefs were implicit in their judgements User: What steps do you believe Samuel Adams and Thomas Hutchinson took toward becoming individuals and witch steps ultimately made them such important historical figures? Weegy: Is this a book or a movie? User: What steps do you believe Samuel Adams took toward becoming individuals and witch steps ultimately made them such important historical figures? Weegy: One of the most radical of the New England Sons of Liberty. Legend has it that he ... (More)
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