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French and Indian War

Summary: Examines the relationship change between Great Britain and the colonies after the French and Indian War. Focuses on the political, economic, and ideological relations with Britain.
The French and Indian War of 1754-63 altered the relations between Britain and its American Colonies. The political, economic, and ideological relations with Britain were what changed the most. The American Colonies basically got a big head about their ties to Britain.

The American Colonies were affected politically after the war. One of the main ways that the colonies were politically altered was that the myth of British invincibility was shattered. The American people had seen the British regulars demoralized, helpless, and fleeing their unseen enemy on Braddock's bloody field. One soldier even commented that the British regulars are but little better then slaved to their officers (Doc D). This comment shows that the British were no longer as highly regarded as they used to be before the war. The British's shattered invincibility eventually caused the colonists not to rely on their mother country so much.

The economic...

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