Chapter 7 Key terms Angela V .docx

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Pd5 10/8/17 Republicanism: A society as one with their citizens willing to subordinate their private, selfish interest in common good Radical Whigs: they feared that liberty posed by the power of the monarch and his ministers. The whigs warned the people about corruption in America. Mercantilism: To justified control over colonies, they believed in wealth was power and the country’s economics could depend on silver or gold. Sugar Act: Of 1764 the first law to pass about raising tax, they increased tax from the west indies to import sugar. Quartering Act: Of 1765 certain colonies had to provide food and a place for British troops. Stamp Act: to increase revenues to help support military force Admiralty Court: A court where juries aren’t allowed, the defendant is guilty unless they can prove they aren’t, and trial by jury and innocent till proven guilty didn’t happened. Nonimportation Agreement: Simply mean the American colonies were against British goods
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