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French And Indian War: The Economic Relationship Between Britain And The Colonists

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The French and Indian War (1754-63) made the American colonies not want to associate themselves with the British motherland. The war gave huge debt to the British empire, straining the economical relationship between Britain and its American colonies when Britain applied levy policies to the colonies. The treatment and appliance of regulations of the colonists during the war and after the war by the British caused the colonists frustration and to question their ideology as being British people.

The French and Indian war left immense debt to the British empire, altering the economic relationship between Britain and its American colonies when Britain started applying mercantilism to the colonies to gather revenue. The British Order who are
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