Explain Why The French And Indian War Prompted The Revolutionary War

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The French and India War prompted the Revolutionary War in two ways. Initially, financing this war prompted a colossal national obligation for Great Britain, which they felt the Americans ought to pay. Parliament chose to benefit the obligation by passing the Stamp Act, an unpleasant disappointment which irritated natives on both sides of the Atlantic and started the crack amongst Britain and its pioneers. This break, obviously, in the end prompted the Revolutionary War. Second, the French, driven from North America amid the French and Indian War, upheld the exertion for American autonomy with cash and supplies, then happily joined the fight after the Battle of Saratoga gave them trust that the Americans may really win. Pontiac's Rebellion
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