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The French and Indian War created tension between Britain and the American colonies because
the colonists had not been allowed to fight.
the colonists saw this war as a missed chance for independence.
the British had not allowed the colonists to kill off the Iroquois.
the British insisted that the colonists financially contribute to help pay for the war.
the British had pressed the colonists to form a unified government in order to make them more effective in fighting.