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If you supported Britain, you would've been a loyalist. If you supported The Continental Army, you would've been a Patriot.

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I would be a Patriot of Revolutionary. First, you lived among Patriots. Second, Britain had little control in the colonies.

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Q: If you had been a colonist in 1773 would you have been a Patriot or a Loyalist?
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