Did Britain Really Win the War?

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American History

 

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Larry T

 

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November 19, 2016

 

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The problems ranged from acts and just plain fights or riot that went on after the war ended. During the French and Indian War, the British government recognized the desperate need for coordinating colonial defense. To come up with a solution to this problem the British government called for representatives from several colonies to meet and come up with a plan...
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To come up with a solution to this problem the British government called for representatives from several colonies to meet and come up with a plan. There several representatives adopted a plan - The Albany Plan of Union- that provided for an intercolonial government and a system for recruiting troops and collecting taxes from the various colonies for their common defense...
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