Lecture 13 - Lecture#13 London Calling The British Empire The Warfare State and the Coming of the American Revolution I The Price of Victory

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture #13: London Calling The British Empire, The Warfare State, and the Coming of the American Revolution I. The Price of Victory: Imperial Reforms and Colonial Resistance, 1763- 1770 IA. Land Reforms • Governing the New Territories • Control of Access to Land • Migration, Population Pressures, and Trans-Appalachian Settlement • Pontiac’s War & the Proclamation of 1763 • The Woes of Land Speculators • The Problem of Quebec: Land, Government, and Religion IB. War Debt and the Problem of Revenue 1. Repaying the Costs of the Seven Years War 2. Overtaxed England, Undertaxed Colonies 3. Colonial Prosperity: Appearance and Reality 4. Custom vs. Law in the Imperial Relationship a. Navigation Acts: History of Lax Enforcement b. Regulation vs. Revenue: The Purposes of Customs Duties c. “Internal” vs. “External” Taxation and the Role of Parliament in the Colonies IC. Revenue Acts, Regulation, and IC....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2009 for the course HISTORY 7a taught by Professor Einhorn during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lecture 13 - Lecture#13 London Calling The British Empire The Warfare State and the Coming of the American Revolution I The Price of Victory

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