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What if the French and Indian war never happened?

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By hearing “French and Indian war” you’d probably think it was the French and the Indians at war. In reality, it’s the French and the British. Both sides wanted the “new land” territory, but the problem was the native americans were already there. So both sides recruited the natives to fight for them, but against each other. War broke out in what is now modern New York and Pennsylvania. So, After 7 years, the war was finally over.

After the war, the British were still in control of America at the time, but they were in debt badly from the war. So, the only solution was to tax the Americans even higher, which enraged them. Because of this, the Americans decided to gain their independence. 

If the war never happened, the United States of America would have never gotten its independence, and we would still be controlled by the British, or a new war would have happened. Without this war, we would have never gotten our independence from Britain.

 

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