The struggle with england over colonial rights

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8.The struggle with England over colonial rights between 1764 and 1776 revealed that:
9.The era from 1689 to 1763 was one of chronic warfare in both Europe and North America.
10.The Declaratory Act, passed in response to the colonial turmoil over the Stamp Act, failed to resolve the issue of Parliament's right to tax the colonies.
11.By the time the Second Continental Congress met, the fabric of government was badly torn in most colonies.
12.The colonial clergy failed to support the cause of independence during the build-up to revolution.a.True
b.FalseANS: B
13.Colonial women played a vital role in the movement toward revolution.
14.The Philadelphia militia failed to support the radical leaders of the Revolution in the city.
15.George Grenville's program to raise revenue proposed that all imperial debts be paid by the American colonists.
16.To avoid potential violence, Governor Hutchinson of Massachusetts tried to convince the East India Company to return its shiploads of tea to England rather than attempt unloading in Boston.a.Trueb.FalseANS: B

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