Daniel Shays Rhetorical Analysis

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You provided a thorough description of Daniel Shays iconic rise to rebellion leader from that of a quiet farmer. Therefore, in considering Daniel Shays humble upbringing, social status, and military might, Daniel Shays was the best candidate to lead the rebellion. For, he was a man of the people and had no ulterior motive other than the fair treatment of his fellow farmers as American citizens. However, the irony of Samuel Adams role reversal, nearly a decade later, was not wasted on me, as well. As it stands, for Samuel Adams to call someone treasonous was hypocrisy to the highest.
Nevertheless, you stated that the Articles of Confederation “was weak and was unable to control or stop the rebellion”. I’m curious to know what flaws in