• anonymous
The representatives at the Continental Congress believed that a. King George and the British Parliament had abused the colonists' natural right. b. only land-owning colonists should be given a voice in the legislative assemblies. c. separation from Great Britain was needed if the colonies were to prosper d. the tyrannical government of King George should be abolished across the British Empire.
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  • LoganH
I believe this is C, because they felt that the kings tyranny, and laws affecting the colonies, were holding them back. So they wanted to break free from the crown.

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