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16 October, 00:45

Which best describes the main action called for by the Declaration of Independence

to seek peace with Great Brnain

to give the United States the power of sell yovernment

to declare war on Great Brtain

to create the First Continental Congress

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  1. 16 October, 01:58
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    The correct answer is to give the United States the power of sell government

    The movement for the Independence of the United States occurred at the turn of the 1770s to the 1780s and sparked a war whose end, in 1783, sealed the autonomy of the Thirteen Colonies. The Declaration of Independence was drafted and signed on July 4, 1776. One of the elements that had great weight in the acceleration of independence was the Seven Years' War (1756-1763), that is, the war fought in North America between Englishmen and French for land ownership.

    The Seven Years' War, won by the English with broad support from the colonists who already lived there, resulted in the annexation of lands previously belonging to the French. The settlers who were already on the new continent thought that they could benefit from such lands as a spoil of war, but the English crown had other plans: to assign the new lands to new settlers who would come from England to occupy them.
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