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''Topic:'' Habit of Self-rule

''Argument:'' Colonist believed they enjoyed self-rule before the Treaty of Paris (1763) because they remember their history, salutary neglect, and Enlightenment beliefs.

''Thesis:'' In this essay, I am going to discuss England polices during the 1600s which led people to travel to the New World, John Locke's influence, and the influence of the Enlightenment.
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-England: fear of standing army (Cromwell)
fear of tyrannical government (divine right, religious enforcement, and taxation)
economic and political turmoil
Kings can be deposed - right to revolt - Glorious Revolution
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-smuggling of goods into the colonies - defying Navigation Acts
-assemblies coming together to set trade standards
-boycotting of goods - women
-moving past the Western boundary set by the Proclamation of 1763 - Washington
-harassing tax collectors
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led to the Revolution
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'''Essay #3'''




'''Context:''' - events that led colonists to believe they had self-rule

'''Content:''' - ways colonists showed they enjoyed self-rule

'''Significance:''' - what was the effect?