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Question 56
As the Revolutionary War lengthened and its costs increased, which of thefollowing groups would have been LEAST likely to contribute soldiers for thecause?
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 57All of the following factors contributed to American victory in the Revolution
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 58The Virginia Plan, which formed the basis of the new constitution, wasprimarily the work of
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 59George Washington's early military setbacks convinced him toengage the British in frontal combat.harass the British, making the war as costly for them as possible.lead an assault on Canada.seek a final attempt at reconciliation with the British.
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colonial Minutemen attacked a British camp guarding an arsenal in Concord.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 61During the first year of the Revolution in New England, the
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 62Intending to push further into the South, British commanders realized that
0 / 1 ptsQuestion 63IncorrectIncorrectThe agreement to have a two-part national legislature meant
smaller states received better representation than in the Virginia Plan.in the Senate, each state received equal representation.the Convention was able to reach what became known as the GreatCompromise.All of these answers are correct.
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Term
Fall
Professor
Milan
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George Washington, American Revolution, Thirteen Colonies, Second Continental Congress

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