Too much democracy
A written constitution
The arbitrary power of the monarchy
A too powerful government
All of the above
Supply Britain with raw materials not available there.
Become economically self-sufficient as soon as possible.
Furnish ships, seamen, and trade to bolster the strength of the Royal Navy.
Provide a market for British manufactured goods.
Refrain from exporting woolen cloth.
Virginia tobacco planters.
New England merchants.
It forced the South into a one-crop economy.
It favored the northern over the southern colonies.
It forced economic initiative on the colonists.
It kept them in a state of perpetual economic adolescence.
All of the above
Raise money to support new military forces needed for colonial defense.
Punish the American colonists.
Reduce the number of printed documents in America.
Enable tax collectors to become wealthy.
Raise taxes to a higher level than in Britain.
It was a very expensive tax.
They believed it could not be repealed.
Parliament passed the tax, not the colonists.
They opposed all taxes.
They wanted their independence.
British officials sent regiments of troops to Boston to restore law and order.
The port of Boston was closed.
Americans killed several British soldiers in the Boston Massacre.
Parliament repealed all of the taxes levied under this legislation.
Prime Minister Townshend was forced to resign.
Was attended by delegates from each of the thirteen colonies.
Adopted a moderate proposal for establishing a kind of home rule for the colonies under British direction.
Made a ringing declaration of America's independence from Britain.
Called for a complete boycott of British goods.
Adjourned shortly after convening
Overwhelming national wealth and naval power.
An alliance with Spain and Holland.
A well-organized and united home government and population.
First-rate generals and a well-supplied professional army.
All of the above
Soldiers who were incapable of fighting effectively.
The need to keep many soldiers in Europe in case of trouble.
The long supply lines.
Brutal treatment of their soldiers.
Some fled to England.
Some re-established themselves in America.
Some had their property confiscated.
Some were exiled.
All of the above.
Favored French domination of North America.
Were strongly pacifist.
Feared that if George III triumphed, his rule at home might become tyrannical.
Opposed the mercantilist system.
The British threatened them with destruction if they did not help
They believed a British victory would restrain American expansion into the West
The British hired them as mercenaries
None of the above
A-3, B-2, C-1
A-1, B-4, C-3
A-1, B-4, C-2
A-4, B-1, C-2
British recognition of American Independence
Establishment of the boundaries of the new United States from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River between the Great Lakes and Spanish Florida
That Americans allow British collection of prewar debts from coloinists
All of these choices are correct
The Anglican church had less influence in South Carolina than it did in Maryland
There were fewer Scotch-Irish in South Carolina than there were in Maryland
South Carolina had a lower percentage of tenant farmers than did Maryland
The South Carolina population had a much higher percentage of blacks than Maryland did.