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Why did Great Britain seize American ships? A. They claimed the ships were carrying British goods. B. They wanted the American goods on board. C. They claimed the ships were carrying French goods. D. They were at war with the United States.
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Great Britain seized American ships because they claimed the ships were carrying French goods.
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