In what way did British leaders misunderstand the Revolutionary War?
A. They thought they had to win only on the battlefield when it was a war to win the hearts and minds of the colonists.
B. They thought they had to win only the good will of the people while they ignored military strategy.
C. They avoided hiring foreign solders to help with the war, worried that such soldiers would hurt the reputation of the British.
D. They respected Patriot military power and were careful as a result.