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Should the American colonists have been Patriots or Loyalists?
Following the French and Indian War, the French were driven out of North America and Britain was in debt; they expected the colonists to help pay this back. After the war, there was tension between the British soldiers and the colonists. In Boston, fights broke out, leading to the Boston Massacre, where a mob threatened British soldiers. The colonists despised British soldiers, and vice versa. Soon, it became clear that a British colonist in North America had to make a choice: to become a Patriot, opposing British rule, or a Loyalist, supporting British rule. Patriots protested the fair ta…
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