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What can the failure of the Albany Plan be attributed to?



A. Fiscal jealousies of colonial assemblies
B. Beginning of the French and Indian War
C. Refusal of the Iroquois tribes to support it
D. Lack of interest from colonial representatives
E. Opposition of British authorities

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Asked by Eileeno, Last updated: Jul 28, 2020

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f.Brian

F.Brian

Answered Jan 28, 2018

The Albany Plan was a plan to create a unified government for the thirteen colonies in some of America’s earliest days. It was suggested by Benjamin Franklin as a Pennsylvania delegate at the Albany congress on July 10th of 1754 in Albany New York.

The Albany planned proved to be a failure and that failure is mostly attributed to fiscal jealousies of colonial assemblies. Even though the Albany Plan was never carried out is still historically important as it was the first attempt to unify the thirteen colonies. All the colonies agreed to adopt it but it was never followed through with by any of them.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 25, 2016

Fiscal jealousies of colonial assemblies
 

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