During the middle of the eighteenth century in the America, particularly in Virginia, tobacco farmers managed to secure a relevant position and contribution in the society. Author T. H. Breen managed to provide a detailed discussion about these tobacco farmers in the book “Tobacco Culture: The Mentality of the Great Tidewater Planters on the Eve of Revolution” (2001). In the book, the author chronicled particularly the lives of the tobacco farmers in the great Tidewater planters. It has been found out, nonetheless, that these farmers had later become the fathers of the American Revolution. These men include George Washington and..