providing the world with high yielding crops that would help provide an

Providing the world with high yielding crops that

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providing the world with high yielding crops that would help provide an abundance of food for the growing population. There were also indulgences like tobacco and cacao, which the Europeans would become dependent on for the wealthy pleasure which meant that they need to do all they could to keep control of these new lands they were going to. With diseases killing the natives of the Americas, the Europeans would bring slaves from Africa to work the field and harvest the crops that were in high demand back in the Old World. All three continents would have monumental changes that would shape the way their people would live and view the world. There was a mix of feelings towards the British prior to the Revolutionary War. The majority of the colonists stayed loyal to the Crown, possibly out of fear of losing protection and goods from Britain or just to keep the status quo. The colonies depended a lot on the support of the British, so until they could support themselves the loyalty to the crown was the best way to survive. Once the conversation started within the colonists about the mistreatment and failure of the Crown to provide for them, the feeling toward Britain changed quickly. Many of the wealthier colonists held their loyalty until they realized that they could become wealthier and run business the way they want to without the input of the Crown.

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