AP History/ British didn't have to lose the Colonies

The Navy was dependent on lumber from the colonies to build and repair ships, maintaining British dominance of the shipping lanes.

3.Without colonists to buy imports from Britain, the British economy suffered, as witnessed by the non-importation agreements that got the Stamp Act repealed.

C. It would serve the ultimate purpose by keeping the colonies from succeeding.

1.The colonists were taxing themselves, and resented the taxation on their trade.

2.The colonists were psychologically independent from Britain, being so far removed from their mother country, and many colonialists were born in the colonies, with no real allegiance to Britain.

3.The colonists were self-sufficient, except for the keeping banks, and would obviously break away if provoked by what they defined as "Intolerable Acts.aE

III. ParliamentKing could have increased colonial dependence.

A. England could have denied the colonies defense from the enemies if they did not comply w trade regulations or pay taxes, giving the colonies a choice.

1.The colonialists could not argue with the logic of the policy.

2.The colonists would have been completely dependent on Britain for defense. The Frenc


 
 
 
 
 
 



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