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The War of 1812 and the American Revolutionary War both took place in American territory. What is another factor that these wars had in common?
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Kpop4life123
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A)They were both about financial independence. B)They were both about taxes and slavery. C)They were both about American authority. D)They were both about claiming territory
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It would be C because America was still new to the world and had to firmly prove that it was a force not to be challenged with.

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