AP U.S. History: Resisting the Navigation Acts

The colonial resistance to the Navigation Acts was greatly influenced by

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 2: 1607–1754
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that they would come at much higher prices if they

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came it off Well Fortunately a thing called the Enlightenment

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was happening all over the Western world and a variety

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of new ideas about liberty were being passed around influenced

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by this new philosophy colonist from all areas were experimenting

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with local governance and joined together to resist the renewal

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of the navigation acts of the answer Here is a

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It was the evolving ideas of liberty that kind of

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supported colonial resistance here Alright with Loser Ball Well the

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colonists weren't actively interested in westward expansion because they were

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more interested in wresting control of the land that they

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had already inhabited away from England So get rid of

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the British colonists United despite differences in religion but still

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failed to establish meaningful relationships with Native Americans Get rid

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of DNC Answer is a go liberty us a sort

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of