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The Hat Act of 1732 and the Iron Act of 1759 were examples of England's attempts to: restrict the publication of reading materials in the colonies restrict export of raw materials in the colonies restrict manufacturing in the colonies restrict the import of goods to the colonies
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The Hat Act of 1732 and the Iron Act of 1759 were examples of England's attempts to restrict: manufacturing in the colonies.
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