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29 August, 21:42

Who were the Tories?

A. Tories were those who remained loyal subjects of Great Britain and who were against separation.

B. Southern colonial planters who were supportive of regionally distinct colonial militaries were sometimes called Tories.

C. Slaves who supported the colonial cause in hopes of ending slavery were called Tories.

D. Tories were northern colonists who sympathized with southern planters who preferred to move the location of the Continental Congress.

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  1. 29 August, 22:36
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    A) Tories were those who remained loyal subjects of Great Britain and who were against separation.
  2. 29 August, 23:23
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    The correct answer is option A.

    Explanation

    The Tories were those American colonists who remained loyal subjects of Great Britain and who were against separation during the American Revolutionary War.

    Moreover, they were ofthen called Royalists or Loyalists and they were against the Patriots who supported the separation.
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