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Q: Score: Identify the four reasons why the Navigation Acts were not initially enforced by England. England was at war with France and wanted the loyalty of the colonies. The colonies were growing
in strength. American merchants were competing with English merchants. A struggle was going on between the king of England and Parliament. Growing trade with the colonies gave more profits to the British. A great distance separated England and the colonies. The colonists followed the laws of the Navigation Acts.
A: 1.England developed a policy of salutary neglect toward the colonies, which meant that the trade laws that most hurt the colonial economy were not enforced. [ 2,The British did not want to alienate their much-needed allies through aggressive trade restrictions. 3.hreatened by the presence of the French in North America, British officials knew that at some point they would have to clash with the
French over the domination of the continent, and they needed the colonists to support them when that time came. 4.In New England in particular, many colonists evaded the restrictions of the Navigation Acts by smuggling. ]
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User: Score: Identify the four reasons why the Navigation Acts were not initially enforced by England. England was at war with France and wanted the loyalty of the colonies. The colonies were growing in strength. American merchants were competing with English merchants. A struggle was going on between the king of England and Parliament. Growing trade with the colonies gave more profits to the British. A great distance separated England and the colonies. The colonists followed the laws of the Navigation Acts.

Weegy: 1.England developed a policy of salutary neglect toward the colonies, which meant that the trade laws that most hurt the colonial economy were not enforced. [ 2,The British did not want to alienate their much-needed allies through aggressive trade restrictions. 3.hreatened by the presence of the French in North America, British officials knew that at some point they would have to clash with the French over the domination of the continent, and they needed the colonists to support them when that time came. 4.In New England in particular, many colonists evaded the restrictions of the Navigation Acts by smuggling. ]
shang29|Points 60|

User: Identify the four reasons why the Navigation Acts were not initially enforced by England. England was at war with France and wanted the loyalty of the colonies. The colonies were growing in strength. American merchants were competing with English merchants. A struggle was going on between the king of England and Parliament. Growing trade with the colonies gave more profits to the British. A great distance separated England and the colonies. The colonists followed the laws of the Navigation Acts.

Weegy: 1.England developed a policy of salutary neglect toward the colonies, which meant that the trade laws that most hurt the colonial economy were not enforced. [ 2,The British did not want to alienate their much-needed allies through aggressive trade restrictions. 3.hreatened by the presence of the French in North America, British officials knew that at some point they would have to clash with the French over the domination of the continent, and they needed the colonists to support them when that time came. 4.In New England in particular, many colonists evaded the restrictions of the Navigation Acts by smuggling. ]
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User: Score: The shortage of money in the colonies forced the colonists to use a system of barter. True False

User: Score: The Treaty of Paris of 1763 returned: Martinique to France Guadeloupe to France Haiti to France all of the above

Weegy: The answer is 4) All of the above.
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User: Score: What was the purpose of the Townshend Program? require colonists to house British troops in their homes pass taxes to pay the salaries of those enforcing the law reaffirm England's right to tax the colonies





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