Did the british governments overreact to the colonal protesis .by issuing the intolerable
Did the British Government act wisely with its dealings with the American colonies between 1765 and 1776
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The constitution consists of seven ________ that explain the branches and also functions of the united states government?
Following the Seven Years War with the French the British had a large debt, which they believed the colonies should hold the large of the burden due to the war being in the colonies and as such increased the taxes, additionally the Proclamation of 1763 prevented settlers from settling Indian land which they thought they should be able to especially after the war, additionally the British left a small standing army of about 10,000 on the colonial border which the colonist disliked.
The legislature WAS the government.
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There are many reasons overall, but the most prevalent ways that self-government grew in the colonies was the desire to be free of the near-tyrannical control the British ruling class imposed on the commerce of the day
The former British colonies had achieved independence but had lost their primary European trading partner.
Salutary neglect was a British policy employed to revolt the strict enforcement of parliamentary laws, to keep the American colonies loyal to England, and it led to death, and massive revolts.
In Jefferson's words, the Declaration was written, "In order to place before mankind the common sense of the matter in terms so plain and simple as to command their assent."The Declaration of Independence was drafted and sent to King George III of England politely requesting independence from English rule.It asserted a philosophy of government that said that any government can only rule with the consent of the governed and that the basic purpose of government is to protect people's rights. It gave many examples of how the government of Great Britain had violated the rights of the colonists and so lost their consent. It then proclaimed that, as a result of this, the colonies were free and independent states.To be specific, there were two reasons for the Declaration:To declare to the world, that the British Colonies in America were declaring themselves an independent nation.To explain (by listing the grievances against the King) why the colonies were declaring independence.
How the colonies have controled themselves.
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They each had a Constitution, a Legislative Assembly elected by adult male citizens, and a Legislative Council upper house, of which the members were elected in some colonies, appointed by the colony's governor in others. The governor of each colony was appointed by the British government (nominally by the Queen/King) and authorised laws passed by their parliament on advice from a Council comprising selected ministers of the government. The voters/citizens might have thought they were not 'ruled' but governed. In representative democracy the members of parliament represent their constituents, they don't rule them.
The revolution would likely still have occurred, because more of the colonies had grievances and less self-government.
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