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Option 1: According to the British King and bureaucracy, the colonists were acting like spoiled children.

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According to the British King and bureaucracy, the colonists were acting like spoiled children. According to the colonists, the British were overbearing, over-taxing, and ignoring their grievances. Take the perspective of American colonists, and explain why the British colonies in North America revolted.
Below are some of the items to consider:

  • The colonial relationship to the British before/after the French and Indian War 
  • The acts passed by the British government 
  • The grievances stated in the Declaration of Independence
  • The events that escalated the division between the Crown and the Colonists.

Choose one of the two perspectives to defend in an essay (American colonists or British government). Complete a 2-3 page paper according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Each paper should include at least four paragraphs: an introduction, a body with at least two fully developed paragraphs, and a conclusion.

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British began their colonization of America which later formed United States of America in
1607. The colonization started in Jamestown in Virginia and later spread to other parts of
America...

This question was asked on Jul 19, 2016 and answered on Jul 25, 2016 for the course HIST 201 at Colorado State.

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