It can be inferred that both Bailyn and Calloway would probably agree with which of the following assertions regarding the relations between White Americans and Native Americans concerning the trans-Appalachian west A. The American Revolution unleashed an unprecedented wave of expropriation of Native American land by White settlers. B. The British government's prewar policy towards the Native Americans was determined largely by the interests of British merchants who traded with the Native Americans. C. The British government tried to keep White settlers out of the trans-Appalachian west primarily in order to prevent disputes over land between those settlers and Native Americans. D. The new national colonial government to negotiate with Native American peoples as independent foreign states. E. One objective of the British government's land policy prior to the American revolution was to prevent White settlers from moving to the western side of the Appalachian Mountains.