What argument did the committees of correspondence most likely make in response to british policies in 1774?
“the colonies must obey our laws and do their fair part.”
“finally, we’re making progress on proper representation.”
“this is a horrible abuse of justice and a threat to our liberty.”
“we’ll not buy another british good until they end these taxes.”
nofv f f
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i think the answer is b
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