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Why do WE have 3 colonial regions?

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The English colonial government in India believed that English literature?

The British believed that English literature was more valuable than literature in antiquity. They believed it was paramount to teach Indians English because their dialects were rude, poor and needed to be enriched. Thomas Macauley believed that once the Indians were taught English literature, they could be used as interpreters between the uneducated masses and the British.



What was the purpose of the stamp act of 1765?

To assert British governmental authority over the colonies during the English colonial period.


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What act permitted the English to search colonial homes?

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What alike were there among the french Spanish English colonial systems?

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Why were the charters of the English settlers so important?

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What is a colonial coin?

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