Economics 353 lecture 4_1

Economics 353 lecture 4_1 - Eco 353 Lecture 4 The Economics...

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Eco 353 Lecture 4 – The Economics of the American Revolution
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Students without names Student 6: 105815769 Student 26: 106339044 Student 46: 105864835
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February 4th 1783: Britain’s King George III declared an end to hostilities in the Revolutionary War 1789: The vote in the electoral college designates George Washington as the first president (under the Constitution) 1945 (beginning today) Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin meet to discuss the future of Europe.
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Chronology Founding of the colonies through the end of the French and Indian War, 1763. 1763 to the start of the Revolutionary War in 1775. The Revolution 1775-1783. United States under The Articles of Confederation 1777-1788 United States under The Constitution 1788-
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1. All trade with the colonies was to be in Empire vessels, manned by Empire crews. 2. All colonial imports from Non-Empire countries had to go through England. 3. “Enumerated goods” could be only
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ECO 353 taught by Professor Johnrizzo during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Economics 353 lecture 4_1 - Eco 353 Lecture 4 The Economics...

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