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Prompt: After the French and Indian Wars, describe the drastic change in England, the colonies, and the mother country. 09/09/2011 The English used the American colonies as pawns during the French and Indian War. The colonies were proud Englishmen at the time and even supplied the English soldiers with weapons and men. After the war, the mother country drew parliamentary lines which kept the colonies along the east coast and away from the land to the west. This shocked the colonists because they believed that since they helped their mother country win the war, they would be rewarded with western land. This, however, wasn’t true. And o add on to the betrayal of England, the colonists were taxed by Parliament for the first time. In 1760, tension between England and the colonies grew. James Odis became the speaker for merchants in Boston. He argued for a limited government and claimed that there are some things Parliament cannot do. In moments to come, the Declaration of Independence opened with
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course AMH AMH2010 taught by Professor Pietrzak during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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