I put C but it wasnt it ...
Which of the following wars prompted a series of steps that eventually led to the Declaration of Independence?
a. The War of 1740
b. The French and Indian War
c. The War Between the Nations Incorrect
d. The War Against The Dutch
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okay thanks i have one more question then i can see if your answers are right
I put C
If the colonists wrote the Declaration of Independence in order to declare their independence why did they also express their grievances against the British Crown?
a. In order to validate their declaration of independence.
b. Because the King has asked them to share their opinions.
c. In order to make the Declaration of Independence a more noteworthy text. Incorrect
d. None of the above.
I'm pretty sure it's the one below it. King of England never said "tell me how you feel" and the Declaration of Independence's existence was validation enough.
That's what I think.
okay thank you just hold on and will see what they answrrs are
everything was right besides this last question that you said none of the above but thats okay!! thank you so much