Bacon's Rebellion

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American History

 

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December 9, 2013

 

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They deprived the people of their rights and thus the Virginians were not pleased by their corrupt and oppressing government. Many young planters loathed Berkeley because of his Indian policy and because he deprived them of their right to petition for redress. The Navigation Acts, passed by Parliament throughout the early 1660s, changed the trade system so that tobacco planters of Virginia were no longer able to sell to customers in France, and Dutch ships were prohibited from transporting Virginian goods...
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This idea that the colonies of a mother country should supply materials and markets for the country itself is called mercantilism. Governor Berkeley avoided calling a new election for the House of Burgesses between 1661 and 1676, so there was no political channel for the Virginian planters. Berkeley was governor in 1676 when the people of Virginia were financially suffering, living in poverty because of the declining prices of tobacco...
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