EVOLUTION OF GOVERNMENT in 1754-1783

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American History

 

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Bradley W

 

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March 29, 2011

 

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Catholic New France, Protestant New Netherlands, and the fledgling English colonies joined New Spain as outposts of the European empire. The Protestant Reformation shook Europe’s oldest institutions. Powerful Protestant movements in France, the Netherlands, and England challenged Catholicism in Europe...
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Protestants sought to overturn Catholic Spain’s domination of the Western hemisphere. But those countries found little to prosper in North America. By 1700, England was a global giant with 20 colonies and important overseas trade routes. This change occurred during a period of European wars, political and religious turmoil, and long struggles between Parliament and various kings over power...
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