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What was the chief complaint that the American colonies had against England? A. unfair rule B. not enough leadership support C. little guidance in developing charters D. unfair distribution of land
The chief complaint that the American colonies had against England was unfair rule.
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The chief complaint that the American colonies had against England was unfair rule.
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