What was one reason that Patriots were more willing to go to war with Britain than the Loyalists?
Loyalists believed Great Britain safeguarded their religious rights in the colonies.
Loyalists believed American representatives in Parliament were corrupt.
Patriots had closer political and business ties to transatlantic trade with Great Britain.
Patriots were more likely than Loyalists to believe in the idea of consent of the governed.
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Why were Loyalists willing to support continued British rule but Patriots were not?
Loyalists believed the British government protected their rights, but Patriots disagreed.
Loyalists usually had close personal ties to Great Britain, but Patriots did not.
Patriots argued that citizens must give up freedoms to ensure security, but Loyalists disagreed.
Patriots were well educated about political and economic ideas, but Loyalists were not.