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Q: How did english ideas about government and the economy influence life in the 13 colonies in the 1700s?
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How did English ideas about government and economy affect the colonies?

because of the taxes being paid and the voting rights


How did English political traditions influence the growth of representative government in the colonies?

Limited government and representative government are the two main elements of English political heritage that helped to develop representative governments in the American colonies. The Magna Carta, Petition of Right, and English Bill of Rights were all important documents that contributed to limited government in England and the colonies.


How did new France compare with the English colonies?

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What was the economy like for the english colonies in the north?

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What was the economy like for the english colonies in the north-?

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The English colonies were not founded by government but by?

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How did Spain and colony in New Mexico differ from its colonies in New Spain?

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