Who benefited most from the boycotts of british goods?
a.
merchants in the colonies who imported goods from britain
в.
merchants in britain who exported goods to the colonies
c.
citizens of the colonies who manufactured goods similar to those of britain
d.
citizens of the colonies who consumed goods imported from britain

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i believe the anwser is b

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i believe the anwser is b

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hope thsi helps :) have a wonderful day!

The answer is B I believe citizens of the colonies who manufactured goods similar to those of Britain.

The answer is B I believe citizens of the colonies who manufactured goods similar to those of Britain.



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