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In both the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War, European countries fought for control of North America. What was the main difference between these two wars?
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A: The French and Indian War involved Native Americans. The American Revolutionary War did not. B: In the French and Indian War, Americans and the British were allies. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not. C: In the French and Indian War, the Americans were defeated. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not. D: The French and Indian War was mainly fought in the southern colonies. The American Revolutionary was fought in the northern colonies.
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