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Q: Where were the first battles of the American Revolutionary War fought? A. Mount Vernon and Bunker Hill B. Saratoga and Valley Forge C. Lexington and Concord D. Cowpens and Yorktown
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User: Where were the first battles of the American Revolutionary War fought? A. Mount Vernon and Bunker Hill B. Saratoga and Valley Forge C. Lexington and Concord D. Cowpens and Yorktown

User: Where were the first battles of the American Revolutionary War fought? A. Mount Vernon and Bunker Hill B. Saratoga and Valley Forge C. Lexington and Concord D. Cowpens and Yorktown

User: The delegates to the Constitutional Convention believed the issues at hand were so important that honest and free discussion should be encouraged. How did they ensure that all the participants would feel free to speak openly? A. The delegates were not allowed to leave the room until all discussions were concluded. B. The general public was banned from the discussions, and the proceedings were kept secret. C. Any citizen who wished to take part in the discussions was allowed to attend the proceedings. D. Notes of the proceedings were not kept, and discussions were limited to small committees.

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