Importance Of The First Continental Congress

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It is our opinion that the First Continental Congress was the most significant role in causing the Revolutionary War. I believe so because it gathered the colonies together, created resistance against Britain, and sent a letter to the King. The First Continental Congress cut off all trade with Great Britain, making Britain seem more foreign, pitted colonists against Britain, and got rid of most friendly ties with Britain. The First Continental Congress also sent a letter to King George III stating that they were unhappy with the way they were being treated and that the King must repeal the Coercive Acts or else all trade with England will be halted. In the autumn of 1774 Delegates from all the colonies, except for Georgia, who was dealing
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