Mix and Match - Mix and Match 1. This law passed in...

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Mix and Match 1. This law passed in Parliament was specifically designed to regulate American trade. 2. This ended the French and Indian War and gave England all of the French territories in North America. 3. This pre-1763 British policy overlooked colonial violations of Britain's trade laws and allowed the colonies to govern themselves. 4. In an attempt to bring the Iroquois into the Seven Years' War and deal with other military affairs, this proposal, drafted by Benjamin Franklin, presented the idea that colonial defense problems should be handled by a royally-appointed president-general and a federal council of delegates chosen by the colonies. It was rejected by the colonies and the Iroquois remained neutral during the war. 5. The ability of colonial legislatures in the 18 c to initiate money bills, specifying the amount to be raised and its uses. 6. The second of Grenville's revenue measures, it led to the Virginia Resolve and colonial congress. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course HIS HIS 1043 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas-Tyler.

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