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1999 DBQ: Colonial Pre-Revolutionary Unity
On the eve of the revolution, Americans were not completely united. As always, there were the dissenters, in this case the Tories, and many people just didn't want to get involved. Even so, there were evidently enough people that the Americans could win the war (with the help of the French, of course). Before the war, practical people like Ben Franklin saw that the American people needed to come together as one in order to triumph over the evil British Empire.
Ben Franklin's drawing of the snake chopped into pieces fairly adequately showed the situation in the colonies around 1750 up to…
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