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After the war, the generation of Americans who fought the Revolutionary War Answer preferred European to American newspapers. became passionately absorbed by political debates. focused on private rather than public affairs. rejected religious notions of the nation's destiny. what is the correct answer
Weegy: i believe it's the third choice, that they focused on private rather than public affairs. User: How did growing revolutionary sentiment from 1764 to 1776 impact urban artisans, women, and back country farmers in America? Weegy: the social and economic change had brought many colonists to losing faith in their internal social system. [ New immigrants from Ireland and Germany came flooding in after the Treat of Paris of 1763 had added the pressure to reach the trans-Appalachian river valleys. The urban artisans, women and the farmers emerged into a group whose goals were sometimes loosely connected to the struggle with England. They basically protested the English Policy, which made them emerge into one group. (sorry it took so long read this out of the book itself) ((had to search for the chapter)) ] (More)
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George Washingtons early military setbacks convinced him to do what?
Weegy: Listen to the French advisors who could finally tell him how to win a battle. User: George Washington's early military setbacks convinced him to User: Actual fighting in the American Revolution began when the User: As the Revolutionary War lengthened and its costs increased, which of the following groups would have been LEAST likely to contribute soldiers for the cause? Weegy: Will you provide the options. They are required for this question. Thank you. User: men of wealth and influence former indentured servants recently arrived immigrants unskilled manual laborers Weegy: men of wealth and influence User: All of the following factors contributed to American victory in the Revolution EXCEPT the User: administrative and organizational talents of George Washington. American people's determination not to submit. Dutch and French loans, war supplies, and military forces. overwhelming support by Congress and the state governments for the continental army. Weegy: administrative and organizational talents of George Washington (More)
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The agreement between big and small states is known as the __________ by historians User: The American Revolution gave rise to the idea of separating __________ and state.
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Although the Revolution resulted in independence for the American nation, it produced varied consequences for those who lived through it. Analyze the impact of the Revolution on the lives of Native Americans, blacks, and women.
Weegy: Most Native Americans rejected pleas that they remain neutral and supported the British Crown, both because of trading relationships and its efforts to prohibit colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. [ The great majority of the 200,000 Native Americans east of the Mississippi distrusted the colonists and supported the British cause, hoping to forestall continued colonial encroachment on their territories.[69] Those tribes that were more closely involved in colonial trade tended to side with the revolutionaries, although political factors were important as well. Free blacks in the North and South fought on both sides of the Revolution, but most fought for the colonial rebels.[citation needed] Crispus Attucks, who died in a conflict in Boston in 1770, is considered the first martyr of the American Revolution. Both sides offered freedom and re-settlement to slaves who were willing to fight for them, especially targeting slaves whose owners supported the opposing cause. ] User: The Indian Intercourse Act of 1790 dealt with (More)
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