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ANS:Student answers will vary.113.What does the phrasepoint of no returnmean to you? Identify that point in colonial-British relationsbetween 1760 and 1776 and explain why you picked that event/date.ANS:Student answers will vary.114.Write your definition ofconspiracy.Then use this definition to argue that the colonists were or werenot victims of a British conspiracy to rob them of their liberties.
115.Both the British and the colonists were devoted to the principle of "No taxation withoutrepresentation." To what extent did both taxation and representation become major sources ofcontroversy between the colonists and Parliament?
116.In what ways were the mercantilist policies of the British burdensome to the colonists? In what wayswere they beneficial? From this comparison, draw a conclusion about the effects of mercantilism andthe Navigation Laws on British-colonial relations up to 1763.
117.Which of the following do you think was most responsible for the conflict between Britain and itsAmerican colonies: the ineptness of parliamentary leadership, the colonists' behavior, the high-handedness of King George III, the British mercantilist system and Navigation Laws, or the actions ofBritish officials in the colonies? Justify your choice.
118.List the following in order of their importance to colonial protest: pamphlets, boycotts, mob action,and committees of correspondence. Justify your ranking.
119.It might be said that it was the British who were revolutionaries in 1763 and the colonists who wereconservatives attempting to preserve the status quo. Explain.
120.Explain the following quote, "Insurrection of thought usually precedes insurrection of deed." Whatdoes this mean? In what ways is this generalization an accurate description of the coming of theAmerican Revolutionary War?ANS:Student answers will vary.121.Create a scenario for the period 1763-1776 to demonstrate that the American Revolutionary War andcolonial independence from Great Britain were not inevitable.
122.Explain the following quote, "In the American wilderness, they encountered a world that was theirs tomake afresh."
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