Compare And Contrast French Indian War And Britain

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The French Indian War was the starting point of the American Revolution. Britain began to neglect the Colonies which lead to America gained self rule and military experience. Along with that, taxes pushed by Britain created resentment from the colonies and therefore resulted in colonial backlash. Part of the problem was the separation between Britain and the Colonies. The Colonies were an agrarian society, while Britain was evolving into an industrial society, which created a lot of cultural diversity between the two. Also, since the United Kingdom was 3,000 miles away and they were separated for more than 250 years, it resulted to have the same effects as the societal dissimilarities. The Colonies and Britain proved to be very divergent in
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