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What's the term for someone who supported Great Britain in the war? A. Patriot B. Anti-Federalist C. Loyalist D. Federalist
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User: What's the term for someone who supported Great Britain in the war? A. Patriot B. Anti-Federalist C. Loyalist D. Federalist

Weegy: Patriot is the term for someone who supported Great Britain in the war.
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User: What made western PA settlers want to rebel? A. The federal army B. Whiskey taxes C. The Bill of Rights D. The election of Washington

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Whiskey taxes is what made western PA settlers want to rebel.
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LOYALIST is the term for someone who supported Great Britain in the war.
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Why did Hamilton want to establish a national bank? A. He wanted the capital moved to Washington, D.C. B. He believed in strong state governments. C. He thought it was a good compromise between his original plan and what others wanted. D. He believed it would help the country's financial problems.
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Hamilton wanted to establish a national bank because: He believed it would help the country's financial problems.
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9 states needed to ratify the Constitution.
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Where did many loyalists go after the war? A. Pennsylvania B. New England C. The Deep South D. Canada
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The Constitution set up the Legislative Branch with Two representative houses.

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The largest number of troops ever fighting in the Continental Army was 18,000.
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Where was the French and Indian War fought? A. Canada B. Great Britain C. France D. America
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The French and Indian War was fought in America.
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