Continental Congress And The Revolutionary War

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Matthew, Great question! I agreed with Adam that the Continental Congress can be considered the drive of the Revolutionary War. As the Continental Congress is a sign of resistance towards the British as they decided on the separation and declaring war, all show signs of wanting independence. We can also argue that the first Continental Congress as the first real government in America. The small body of government put together the Declaration of Independence and considered themselves as the forerunner of America 's independent government.
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