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American Colonist's Justifications for Breaking Ties with England

Summary: This is really pretty much a quick blow-off essay about the American colonist's reasons for breaking ties with England (if you couldn't tell from the title) If anyone could think of a more snappy title, I'd be VERY greatful... my creative juices just aren't flowing today!
It has been asked many times through the years, were the American colonies justified in waging war with England?  There is a clear argument for the affirmative, that the colonists had suffered sufficient hardships to occasion their breaking ties with England.  

The whole reasoning behind the conflict goes back to the French and Indian War.  Both France and England hoped that by developing colonies in the New World they could become self-sufficient, rich, and powerful enough to secure a position of dominance in Europe.  The English won the war after many costly battles that left England in deeply debt, though the lands won in the war should provide added riches in the future.  In order to emerge from debt, England began passing laws taxing the colonists in the New World, since the colonists supposedly received the greatest benefits from the war.  The...

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