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The political system this colony allowed all property

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The political system This colony allowed all property owning adult members of the church to be part of the General court that functioned as the governing body for this Colony. There were strong ties between the church and the General Court. The colony had the elected assembly which was created to help them in self governance. Initially, Carolina was one and it was governed by the land holding aristocrats. Later, Carolina was divided into two and became under the royal rule. C. Explain the major ideas and events (i.e., Enlightenment philosophies, colonial conflicts, imperial regulations, acts of rebellion) that led to the American Revolution Many Americans felt they were supposed to be able to make their own decisions regarding governance. There was no true representation in the parliament. The British tightened up America making the Americans to feel not free. There was excess taxation that they were against. The sugar act and the Stamp act stirred the desire for self governance. These two acts strained the American economy that was already depressed. The stamp Act of 1765 made Americans afraid
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as it was a way that the British wanted to develop a standing army. What pained Americans the
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  • Spring '16
  • A.K.lING
  • American Revolution, Thirteen Colonies, Native Americans in the United States, Southern United States, Stamp Act 1765

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