Most White Loyalists were able to successfully reintegrate into society after the American Revolution. They made their case through decisions to stay and petition for amnesty, which was helped by demonstrating that they embodied republican civic virtues and by making amends with their community. Americans were willing to accept them back into society because of republican ideals, exhaustion from the war, the desire to repair community cohesion, and the social ties that prevailed between both sides throughout the war.
Lloyd, Marco J.
"The Reintegration of the Loyalists in Post-Revolutionary America,"
The Gettysburg Historical Journal: Vol. 22, Article 9.
Available at: https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/ghj/vol22/iss1/9