History American Colonists & War Against the British Reflection Questions

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I'm working on a history multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

  1. What do you think were the most important factors moving American colonists to seek a change with Britain; beliefs/philosophy, British actions, etc.
  2. What were them most important factors in the U.S. winning the war against the British?

Do you still have the same factors, or did reading other students' ideas influence you to change your answer?

Book: Foner, Eric, Give Me Liberty!, Vol. 1, 6th ed., W.W. Norton: get info from the book please not outside resources please

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Please view explanation and answer below.Reflection The breakup of American colonists with the British Empire was not a sudden impetuous act. The colonists were moved to seek a change with Britain due to a culmination of a series of actions. These actions included the unfair taxation of the co...

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