American History

How did the British victory in the French and Indian War lead to the American Revolution?

Loss of land by the colonists to the French led to resentment in the colonies.

The French and Indian War led the colonies into the Seven Years’ War.

British debt after the French and Indian War led to increased taxation in the colonies.

The complex terms of the Treaty of Versailles led colonists to believe they were unfairly treated.

I can't tell if it is A or C because they both led to the American Revolution, but I'm leaning towards C.

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  1. Yes, C.

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