Chapter 3 part 2

Chapter 3 part 2 - Bauer 1 1 On which economic theory did Britain base its colonial commercial policies 2 Explain Britain's colonial policy toward

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Bauer 1 1. On which economic theory did Britain base its colonial commercial policies? - 2. Explain Britain’s colonial policy toward its North American colonies prior to 1660. - 3. What was the intention of the Navigation Acts? -The Navigation Acts attempted to eliminate the Dutch, against whom the English fought three wars in this period, as the intermediaries of American commerce. 4. Describe some specific ordinances of the Navigation Acts addressed in the textbook. -1) That no ship could trade in colonies unless it had been constructed in either England or America and carried a crew that was at least 75% English (for these purposes colonists counted as English) 2) That certain enumerated goods of great value that were not produced in England: tobacco, sugar, cotton, indigo, dyewoods, ginger, could be transported from the colonies only to an English or another colonial port. 5. What were some causes and objectives of Bacon’s Rebellion?
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Purcell during the Fall '08 term at Austin CC.

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Chapter 3 part 2 - Bauer 1 1 On which economic theory did Britain base its colonial commercial policies 2 Explain Britain's colonial policy toward

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