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England called for the Albany Congress of 1754 for the major purpose of
calling for opposition to fighting the French and Indian War.
creating a document that would facilitate self-rule by the colonists.
colonial unification to oppose British tax policy.
requesting the termination of the Dominion of New England.
creating a clear policy for colonial-native relations and creating a common defense protocol for dealing with the French.