How Did England Enter The Colonies

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After the French and Indian War, the price of financing the colonies soared to £350,000 a year. Although England was pouring a vast amount of money into the colonies, it was receiving relatively little in return for their investment. Furthermore, England had acquired an enormous debt from the French and Indian War. The members of Parliament reasoned that since so much money was being spent for the colonists, perhaps they should help pay off the debt. It was also becoming increasingly difficult to govern the constantly-growing colonies. There was a significant amount of argument over who owned the land. There was also the constant westward push for more land. This concerned the Indians, who were worried about the safety of the wildlife
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