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What pamphlet convinced many that the American colonies needed to make a formal break with Great Britain? A. Common Sense B. The Social Contract C. The Wealth of Nations D. Democracy in America
A. Common Sense convinced many that the American colonies needed to make a formal break with Great Britain.
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User: French influence is still very strong in A. India. B. Quebec. C. Cape Town. D. British Columbia.

User: where is the French influence very strong ?

User: Where Is The French influence is still very strong in A. India. B. Quebec. C. Cape Town. D. British Columbia.

User: What pamphlet convinced many that the American colonies needed to make a formal break with Great Britain? A. Common Sense B. The Social Contract C. The Wealth of Nations D. Democracy in America

Weegy: A. Common Sense convinced many that the American colonies needed to make a formal break with Great Britain.
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French influence is still very strong in Quebec.

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