Answer to Question #183429 in History for Hamna Pervaiz

Question #183429

After the end of King George's War, the Thirteen Colonies had become too large and complex to be well managed by the British Empire. What happened to make this apparent? How did the British attempt to address the situation? Why did they fail?


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2021-04-20T12:10:40-0400

The thirteen colonies became too large and complex as many people were joining them after escaping religious persecution in Europe. The British attempted to address by taxing the colonies. They failed since the colonists started to resist by boycotting, or not buying British goods.


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