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Men who dubbed themselves Sons of Liberty helped spark the American Revolution; the young rebels from varied backgrounds struggled to find purpose in their lives but eventually became legends. The men started by seeking equality, but they found something even better -- Independence. The featured firebrands in the historical drama miniseries include charismatic leader Sam Adams, artisan/militia-man Paul Revere, conservative lawyer John Adams, Gen. George Washington, and brilliant-but-mischievous diplomat Ben Franklin.

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aired 130 days ago
The two forces clash at the Battles of Lexington and Concord; Sam, Hancock and Ben Franklin try to convince Colonial representatives to support the cause of independence; Gen. Gage attacks the Colonists at Bunker Hill.
aired 130 days ago
Gen. Thomas Gage is sent to Boston after the Colonists destroy 600,000 pounds of tea; Sam and Hancock begin training their own army; Paul Revere sets out on his legendary ride; the British clash with the Colonial militia.
aired 131 days ago
Sam Adams angers the British after his actions lead to the destruction of the royal governor's mansion; Sam and John Hancock establish a black-market smuggling operation; the conflict escalates following a boy's murder.
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The British Royal Army massacres the colonial militia in Lexington; the colonials clash again with the Royal Army at Concord, forcing the British to retreat to Boston.
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Sam Adams uses the news of the battle to persuade the rest of the colonies to vote for independence; the colonies prepare to face their enemy.
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The British Crown responds to the colonists' destruction of 600,000 pounds of tea by sending ruthless General Gage to Boston to snuff out the rebellion.
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Margaret divulges General Gage and the Royal Army's plan to destroy the colonists' forces and capture Sam Adams and John Hancock; Paul Revere embarks on his legendary ride to warn the colonists.
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The termination of his smuggling business provokes Sam Adams to lead a protest of loyalist businesses.
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Sam Adams incites the anger of the British crown after accidentally provoking the destruction of the royal governor's mansion.

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