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Unit 2 Page 7

What contributes to England's economic wealth?
Define balance of trade
export more than import
What did the navigation acts promote?
"wealth, strength, safety of english kingdom
With the navigation acts eurpoean goods that were destined to colonies were...
routed to England first
Colonial products carried on ships were...
built/owned by england
With the navigation acts, restricted certain colonial products....
to be exported only to england
What were the positive economic effects of the Navigation acts on the colonies
-monopoly to southern colonies on sle of tobacco -new england ship builders and manufacturing **england vessels only
What were the negative effects of the navigation acts on the colonies?
goods must stop in england first, discourages trade with other nations - caused smuggling
Taxes were not seriously enforced until.....
after the french and indian war
define salutary neglect
plicy that england allowed its colonies freedom in governing themselves
Why did the english practice salutary neglect with her colonies
existing economic bad politics of the colonies already served british interests
who was the glorious revolution associated with?
James II
who was disliked in both colonies and England?
James II
English government ______ Massacusett's colony in 1684 making it _____
revoked... making it a royal colony
King James authorized _________________-
the Dominion of New England
What did the Dominion of New England do?
It imposed taxes on colonists without consent and Abolished Massacusets General court
Where did the glorious revolution take place?
in england
What happened idn the glorious Revolution?
king james II kicked off throne and daughter mary and william take over
Why did the glorious revolution take place?
because they do not like when the king told them what to do (protestand parliament)
What effect did the Glorious revolution have on the Massachusetts colony?
colonists used events in England to rid themselves of hated officaials and re establish representative assemblies in America -established that royal powe rflowed from consent of parliament not from will of god through the monarch