A reader sent me this link. It's to one of those 'the history you never knew' approaches to the story. It starts out by gleefully putting to rest all of those old fables that anyone my age or younger have long since had put away. But it puts some interesting spins on just what those rebellious Patriots really wanted. Like much scholarship today, it has a pretty 'polemical' smell to it. And like most issue based history, there is probably more to the actual events than given here; focusing on molehills in the hopes of making a mountain or two. Still, it's always fun to read different viewpoints about history. History is an art, after all, not a science. So read and enjoy.