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Although they greatly respected the English government and still wanted to remain a part of it, they got to the point where they would defend their liberties "ad infinitum," even if it meant going to war against England (Document C). Even though there were many British sympathizers, who believed that the new united government wouldn't be very different than England's rule (Document D), they came to realize that eventually they'd have to chose between unity and death (Document A)...
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Even though there were many British sympathizers, who believed that the new united government wouldn't be very different than England's rule (Document D), they came to realize that eventually they'd have to chose between unity and death (Document A).
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