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Why did sugar producers in the British Caribbean islands decide not to join the mainland colonies in opposing Great Britain?
 
  a. Parliament had not imposed any taxes on its possessions in the Caribbean islands.
  b. They were afraid that joining the resistance movement would leave them unprotected in the event of a slaveuprising.
 c. Quaker pacifists had far greater influence in the British Caribbean islands than in Britain's mainland colonies.
  d. Sugar producers in the British Caribbean islands had elected representatives who sat in Parliament.
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