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The Foreign Attachment Law and the Coming of the Revolution in North Carolina

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The foreign attachment law was one of the major issues being disputed by Great Britain and North Carolina in the years before the Revolution, and the voiding of the North Carolina law by Great Britain, enacted after 1763, was the most important issue promoting the revolutionary sentiment in the colony.