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Published on October 1, 2014

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1. Roots of Self-Government Essential Question: How does the cultural belief of a group of people affect their political structure?

2. England Regulates Trade England believed its colonies should benefit the home country:  Mercantilism: Nation became strong by keeping strict control over its trade

3. England Regulates Trade Mercantilists thought a country should _________ more then it _________.  Export  Goods sent to market outside a country  Import  Goods brought into a country

4. England Regulates Trade England passes:  Navigation Acts:  regulated trade between England and its colonies  Only __________ or __________ ships can carry goods to and from colonies  Colonial or English  Certain products could only be shipped to England  Many colonists ___________ the Navigation Acts  resented

5. Trade in Rum and Slaves Triangular Trade:  The three legs of the trade route formed a triangle New England Merchants trade for molasses in the ____ _____  West Indies New England merchants trade rum, other goods for ________ in West Africa  Slaves New England merchants trade ______ for _________ in West Indies  Slaves for Molasses

6. Trade in Rum and Slaves Merchants often ______ the Navigation Acts.  Disobeyed

7. Trade in Rum and Slaves Diagram:

8. Colonial Government The Right to Vote:  By the 1720’s, only: White Christian men  over the age of ____ could vote.  21 They also all had to _______________.  own property

9. Limits on Liberties _________ had more rights in the colonies than in England, but far fewer rights then _______.  Women; Men A women’s _________ or __________ was supposed to protect her.  Father or husband Married women could not _______________ or __________  Start her own business or sign a contract unless their ___________ approved.  husband

10. Limits on Liberties  ____________ and _____________ had almost no rights at all.  Africans and Native Americans

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