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Which of the following was not a grievance against the King listed in the Declaration of Independence? A. Destroyed the lives of our people B. Stole our natural resources C. Burned our towns D. Plundered our seas
Stole our natural resources was not a grievance against the King listed in the Declaration of Independence.
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