The French And Indian War Changed The Relationship Between Britain And Its North American Revolution

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The French and Indian war drastically changed the relationship between Britain and its North American colonies. The relationship between them was already falling apart and this really set them apart. British tried to control the colonies even more after the war, and the colonists began to gather a revolution to want their freedom and separation from Britain. Britain tried to control the colonies economies to the extent, which that led to the colonies wanted to further their separation from Britain. The Sugar Act of 1764 put a tax on sugar and then the Currency Act of 1764 also put a tax on the paper goods being used in America. These two taxes did not go so well with the colonists because they were not being represented. Britain, however,
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