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(20 POINTS) Which statement best explains the information presented on this map? This map shows the movements of the British and American armies in 1777 during the Revolutionary War. It includes the movements of American troops led by Washington, Arnold, and Gates, and British troops led by Burgoyne and Howe.

A. Howe was too preoccupied with taking Philadelphia to provide the support needed in Saratoga.
B. General Burgoyne’s military expertise helped bring about a major turning point in the war.
C. The Patriots were outnumbered and too weak strategically to make major moves in 1777.
D. Attempting to isolate the New England colonies was a wise decision that kept the Patriots at bay.


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