Answer to Question #90971 in History for Nicko

Question #90971
Why did England forbid the sale of wool, sugar, molasses, and tobacco from the colonies to other countries?
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2019-06-20T13:23:35-0400

England forbad the sale of wool, sugar, molasses, and tobacco from the colonies to other countries, because English merchants feared competition from the colonies. 



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