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What was the famous motto that summed up General Greene's tactic of slowly wearing down his opponent? A. “we came, we saw, we conquered” B. “only in the heat of battle do we find our way” C. “we fight, we get beat, rise, and fight again” D. “only in defeat do we ever understand victory”
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User: What was the famous motto that summed up General Greene's tactic of slowly wearing down his opponent? A. “we came, we saw, we conquered” B. “only in the heat of battle do we find our way” C. “we fight, we get beat, rise, and fight again” D. “only in defeat do we ever understand victory”

Weegy: The famous motto that summed up General Greene's tactic of slowly wearing down his opponent was: "we fight, we get beat, rise, and fight again".
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User: How did the battles in the South help the American effort? A. The British were defeated in almost all of the battles. B. The Continental Army was able to recruit more men in the South. C. The Continental Army made some major territorial gains in the South. D. They did not result in any territorial gain for Britain and they exhausted British troops.

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