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Q: Most Americans on the frontier who took a side in the Revolutionary War supported who?
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Which side did most of the Americans living on the frontier support?

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Most Americans who took a side in the Revolutionary War supported the Patriots?

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Did most Americans support the revolutionary war?

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Why did the poorest Americans do most of the fighting in the revolutionary war?

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