anonymous
  • anonymous
In looking at the War for Independence, would you put stronger emphasis on the idea that the Americans WON the war, or on the idea that the British LOST it? I always wonder this when I read about it in history. When you answer the question, could you please explain yourself. I would love to see everyone's ideas and why they think what they do. Thank you
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
you should put stronger emphasis on the idea that the Americans WON the war
anonymous
  • anonymous
well the americans beat the war on 1783 in a navel battle witch lead to the treaty of paris

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