20. In terms of the International Dimension of Strategy and the Fragility of Coalitions, the Allies (American colonial rebels, France, Spain, Dutch), were not as effective as they might have been due to not having a cohesive policy objective, which included:
a. France's insistence on retaking Canada
21. The great weakness of the Barrington Plan as a British strategy to suppress the rebellion was that it would:
B. potentially punish the Loyalists economically.
22. Washington's strategy of a "war of posts":
A. prevented the British from concentrating on one conventional decisive battle and caused them to divide their forces
23. According to Mahan, the best possible strategy the British Royal Navy should