The New Government and Its Limitations

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1. What were the four colonial regions? 2. Which of these colonial regions were formed  before 1660 and which after 1660? 3. What were the three distinct slave systems that  developed in British North America and where  did each develop? 4. Which colony had the largest number of slaves by  the time of the Revolution?  5. What were the Three Imperial Crises?
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Which of the following is an accurate characterization of the relationship between Great Britain and the colonies in the 1750s? 1. The British strictly enforced colonial trade regulations. 2. Most Americans believed the benefits of the Empire far outweighed the costs. 3. The British constantly intervened in colonial affairs. 4. Most Americans objected to their membership in the British Empire.
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when did the idea of becoming an independent country emerge and flourish? Thomas Paine—
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course HIST E111 taught by Professor Hudson during the Spring '09 term at South Carolina.

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