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Two brothers were responsible for the Royal Navy and Army in New York during the American Revolution: Richard and William Howe, respectively. They were descendents of an “upwardly mobile aristocratic family” in England. Historian David Hackett Fischer says of Admiral Howe, “His opportunities came by privilege, but his achievements were won by merit.”1 What constituted privilege in 18th century England? At the top of the list of unearned advantages would have been education. The Howe brothers...