8 edition of 1775; another part of the field. found in the catalog.
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The Patriots faced another obstacle. Not all Americans sup-ported the struggle for independ-ence. Some people were neutral, taking neither side in the conflict.
The Quakers, for example, would not participate in the war because they opposed all armed conflict. Still other Americans remained loyal to Britain. The Loyalists Those who remained.
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