2 Where did the most difficult and most important fighting of the Revolution

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British side. 2.Where did the most difficult and most important fighting of the Revolution occur? 3. Following the Revolutionary war, the primary economic problem was: depression. 4. The uprising associated with Shays’ Rebellion was limited to New England. False 5. Shays’ Rebellion led conservative nationalists to believe a stronger national government was needed. True 6. Only about 50,000 men served in the Continental Army. False 7. More than 25,000 American men died in the Revolution. True 8. The Loyalists referred to themselves as Tories. False 9. Loyalism was strongest in the middle colonies. False 10. Upon hearing the news of defeat at Yorktown, King George III wanted to end the war immediately. False 11. Under the Articles of Confederation, Congress was not responsible for the maintenance of the armed forces. False 12. The Americans and the French made separate peaces with the British. True 13. By the beginning of 1784, the Continental Army was made up of only a few hundred men. True 14. The 1776 Constitution of New Jersey granted voting rights to both men and women. True 15. Northeast states erected trade barriers in response to the economic problems of the 1780s. True 16. Shay’s Rebellion was most widespread in South Carolina. False 17. Most of the participants in Shay’s Rebellion were urban workers. False
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