They had an Absolute Despotism. This is when one called the "despot" rules with absolute power.
There were no Spanish system of government in the colonies. Jamestown did have a Spanish spy.
The Connecticut Colonies had Self government.
it was self government
Type your answer here... The 13 colonies had a ruler \/government
They were democratic and had a self-government.
Limited, and spread out amongst the colonies themselves.
House Of Trade
House Of Trade
Castillian Spanish, as opposed to other dialects of Spanish in former colonies.
Type your answer here... they fount it
-the government institutions of the Spanish and Portugese colonies had more uniform character and were much more extensive and costly
what were they called
the Spanish government is a parliamentary democracy
The government of Spain in the New World differed from that of the later British colonies in that it was closely micromanaged by the Spanish crown. Later British colonies allowed more self government.
mercantilism affected the 13 colonies because it was the type of government the 13 colonies used
a constitutional monarchy or a monarchy
By state governments. The downfall to this type of government is that all of the colonies were weak because of it.
Royal colonies type of colonial government was most disliked by settlers. These colonies were under direct supervision of the King.
Spanish Morocco and Spanish Sahara were Spanish colonies in Africa.
we had the charter gover back then but now we are democratic
they had a representative government, posted by Karris Alvarez