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Besides a national debt, which financial innovations contributed to Britain’s victory in the Seven Years War
Britain was and attempting to both balance finances – through tax - and control the newly acquired parts of their empire, through asserting sovereignty. These actions were complicated by British prejudice. [ .... ]
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