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What was the purpose of the First Continental Congress? a. to discuss independence from England c. to discuss the taxing situation with England and repeal taxation laws b. to discuss the new government for the United States d. to discuss the new name for the union
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The purpose of the First Continental Congress was: to discuss the taxing situation with England and repeal taxation laws.
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The purpose of the First Continental Congress was: to discuss the taxing situation with England and repeal taxation laws.
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