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  1. The colonies served as a source of revenue for the English
  2. Stamp Act of 1765
  3. The Boston Riots illustrate the lack of England's ability to make appropriate administrative decisions
  4. In 1773 the Tea Act was enforced
  5. The Revolutionary War freed America from Great Britain

During the 1600's, English settlers sent the initial group of colonists to the newly discovered continent. (Namier) With inspiration from the nearby country Spain, they made the decision to attempt the similar feat. The English were not alone in their attempts to conquer the new continent. Nevertheless, we will focus on the inability of the English to appropriately manage their set-up. This lack of control resulted in the rebellion that immediately followed. Due to the failure, on the part of the English, to make suitable administrative decisions, the American Revolution was unavoidable.

[...] Due to the failure, on the part of the English, to make suitable administrative decisions, the American Revolution was unavoidable. The colonies served as a source of revenue for the English. As a result of the 1640 English civil war, the English suffered from debt. (Middlekauff and Woodward) Because of the debt attained, the English sought various sources to remove the debt. The initial malpractice occurred a short while after England discovered its colonies. The colonies and English government were introduced to mercantilism and trade. [...]


[...] The colonies prepared for war by uniting in opposition of the English troops and prepared for war. Despite the efforts of the Olive Branch petition, war commenced. (Bailyn) The Revolutionary War freed America from Great Britain. The war began on April and ended on April The war cost each side millions of dollars. The British found themselves in debt following the war. Additionally, several lives were lost. Nevertheless, the United States of America was established as a result of the war. The American Revolution was inevitable. Initial efforts to establish power by England were successful. [...]

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