The opponents of the loyalists called themselves "Patriots," which at the time was
a term of ridicule in Britain. For a detailed analysis of the psychology and social ...
patriots hated the loyalists because the loyalists were loyal to the king and the
patriots wanted freedom.
The Loyalists. ... Thomas Hutchinson, a Supreme Court justice in Massachusetts,
was the most hated man in America before Benedict Arnold, and was hung in
effigy ... The British promised to liberate slaves who fled from their Patriot masters
These opposing forces evolved into the Patriots on one side and the Loyalists on
the other; sometimes the English labels of Whig and Tory were also used in the ...
Jan 9, 2009 ... The Patriots enacted harsh laws against the Loyalists and ... The Revolutionaries
deeply hated the leaders of the Loyalist armed bands, such ...
Instead, they remained Neutralists, becoming neither Loyalists nor Patriots. ...
Over time, Hutchinson became one of the most hated men in the colonies
The colonies were equally divided among Loyalists, Patriots and ... Love them or
hate them, the strongest army ( Britain) in the world in 1700s ( yes we did beat ...
May 15, 2007 ... Would you have been a loyalist or patriot in the America Revolution? star gold
star grey ... What or who do you hate the most? Fake Friends.
Patriots would insult Loyalists and mistrusted them because they did not believe
... and they were hated and mocked by their neighbors who had supported the ...
The patriots referred to them as Tories. ... The Revolutionaries deeply hated the
leaders of the Loyalist armed bands, such as Thomas Browne, Edmund Fanning,