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By the 1750s, north american colonists possessed a dual identity; they were both british in their attempts at anglicization and also distinctly american. what factors contributed to this dual identity? what reinforced the british identity? what reinforced the american identity? be sure to discuss political, cultural, social, and economic aspects of society.

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