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One of the most important factors binding Americans from different colonies into a single political culture was


Question asked by: chrys

Asked on: 15 Feb 2010

It was probably the sense of unity against the British and wanting to become free and independent of the British.

There is a saying that nothing unites like that against a common enemy and although the Brits are now allies not enemies at the time of the revolution this would have bonded people against them in the States. I'm not saying this is the answer you are after I am just surmising this is one possible option.

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Replied at: 21 Feb 2010
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