I can't help it. The poverty of the Modern American scholar is devastating to my mind. I can not believe the abject ignorance of history by the writers of this presentation. Nothing to do with PC, mind you, just ignorance of history. The first was the term "Boycott." That was actually a man's name, Captain, Irishman, and he lived in the late 1800s. They didn't know about him in the mid-late 1700s. These so-called writers are paid lots of money to know what an eighth grade student knew in the 1950s, and they still don't know it.
The second thing is that only Ralph Waldo Emerson would assume that Paul Revere would call out that "the British are coming." When the writers get their material from an old poem instead of actual history, they are cheating us. The colonials of the 1770s were British. It would be as absurd for them to use the term "British," as it would be for an American of today to say "the Americans are coming" in a modern insurrection. The most obvious term would be "marines are coming," or "redcoats are coming." Of course those writers will never learn from history.