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The Loyalists, And Redcoats were the British.
Redcoats were the British soldiers.

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A loyalist is someone who is okay with the Stamp Act, and is happy with the way the government is charging them.

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The loyalists and tories were the colonists during the Revolutionary War who were against revolution and stayed loyal to the King of England.

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