Chapter 4 part 3

Chapter 4 part 3 - -In 1755, the Ohio Valley again became...

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Bauer 1 1. Analyze the reality of daily political life in Britain during the 18 th century. -The three elements of the constitution did not, in fact, represent distinct socioeconomic groups. Men elected to the House of Commons often came from the same social background as those who served in the House of Lords. All represented the interests of Britain’s elite. There was no attempt to maintain strict constitutional separation. The king organized parliamentary associations, loose groups of political followers who sat in the House of Commons and who openly supported the monarch’s policies in exchange for the patronage or pension. 2. What was the major source of Anglo-French conflict in North America?
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Unformatted text preview: -In 1755, the Ohio Valley again became the scene of fierce fighting. Both Britain and France Wanted to expand. 3. Describe the consequences of the French and Indian(or Seven Years’) War, Including territorial changes.-The Peace of Paris signed on February 10 1763, Great Britain took possession of an empire that stretched around the globe. Only Guadeloupe and Martinique, the Caribbean sugar islands were given back to the French. Louisiana passed out of France’s control into Spanish hands. Britain received Canada, Florida, and all the land east of the Mississippi River. French-speaking Canadians, most of them Catholics, became the subjects of George III....
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