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Laws passed by English government to control colonial trade for England's own benefit?

Navigation act

This is an outline of colonial grievances against England which listed reasons why the colonist wanted to be free from the English control?

the declaration of independence

How did political change in England colonial governments?

-In 1685 James II became king of England. He was determined to take more control over the English government, both in England and in the colonies.

Colonial authorities tried to maximize communication with and control of native peoples by?

teaching them English.

Why did the English want to control Dutch colonial land?

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Who recruited colonial troops from India?

the Indian government (albiet largly under british control)

What did English use to try to tighten its control over colonial trade?

They used the navigation acts

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How did England tighten control over colonial trade?

I read this from my history book -Many ships owned by the colonial merchants followed a direct route between the New England ports and England. They followed this route because the English government insisted . It wanted the colonists to send their exports, or goods leaving a country, only to England or other English colonies. The English government also expected to buy only English made imports, or goods brought back from a country.Harcourt Horizons; United states historyGerneral Editor: Dr.Michal J. BersonContributing Authors: Dr. Robert P. Green, Jr., Dr. Thomas M McGowan, and Dr. Linda Kerrigan Salvucci

Why did the Spaniards make a laws in the Philippines?

The Spaniards were in control of the Philippines. They made laws for the express purpose of preserving order and maintaining their colonial government.

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