Reading2-07 - ASSIGNMENT 2 FROM EMPIRE TO INDEPENDENCE Read...

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ASSIGNMENT 2 FROM EMPIRE TO INDEPENDENCE America Due: Thursday, September 20 TRUE/FALSE. Correct all false statement and cite the page number.  [3pts each] __F __1. In the Dominion of New England, taxes were levied without the consent of the                    assembly.  General Court p.151 __F__ 2. England’s Glorious Revolution had little long-term effect on the colonies in America.  Significant p. 152 __F__ 3. Through the first half of the eighteenth century, the power of the colonial  assemblies generally declined.  Expanded p. 156 __T__ 4. Colonial governors retained powers and prerogatives that the king no longer had.  __F__ 5. A parliamentary act of 1696 allowed smugglers and others accused of violating the               Navigation Acts to be tried by a jury of their peers.  Admiralty courts p.153 __F__ 6. Of the great colonial wars of the eighteenth century, King William’s War was the              fourth.  First p. 162 __T__ 7. Benjamin Franklin headed the committee that produced the Plan of Union in 1754.  __T__ 8. Among the enumerated articles of the Navigation Act of 1660 were sugar and 
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