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After British forces started losing battles in the South, how did neutral colonists react? They started to help the British. They fled to the West. They began supporting the Patriots. They formed their own militia

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    By the time the Second Continental Congress met, the American Revolutionary War had already started with the Battles of Lexington and Concord. The Congress was to take charge of the war effort. For the first few months of the struggle, the Patriots had carried on their struggle in an ad-hoc and uncoordinated manner.

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