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Why did the colonists want to be free?

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Everyone wants to be free and not be a slave. The USA colonists in 1700's wanted to be free from England and rule themselves. Many of them, especially in the south, also wanted to keep black slaves. It would take a civil war in the 1860's to bring an
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