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15 May, 02:53

Ct the best answer for the question.

Why did George Washington's Continental Army always have too few soldiers?

A. The men preferred the conditions of serving in their local militias instead.

B. The Patriots were not able to spread word of the revolution through the colonies.

C. King George paid them to stay home instead of joining the war.

D. The men preferred to join the strong Continental Navy instead.

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  1. 15 May, 03:31
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    A

    Explanation:

    Local militias usually operated locally meaning that the men would not have to go farther.
  2. 15 May, 04:36
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    The men preferred the conditions of serving in their local militias instead.
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