Britans policy of salutary neglect

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American History

 

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Kathryn B

 

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July 3, 2013

 

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But due to the great distances between Britain and its colonies, immediate law decisions were not possible. Hence the colonies developed legislatures for day to day procedures, such as the Virginia House of Burgess that became the symbol of representative governments. This is why when the British imposed heavy laws and taxes the colonist cried out "no taxation without representation"...
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This is why when the British imposed heavy laws and taxes the colonist cried out "no taxation without representation". The colonies learned they could govern themselves without British interference developed the idea of representative government in society. Until 1763 the various Navigation Laws, involving commerce, imposed no burden on the colonies, and were loosely enforced...
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