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Chapter 4 The Bonds of Empire 1660-1750 Introduction 4 major questions: How did the Glorious Revolution shape relations between England and its North American colonies? What were the most important consequences of British mercantilism for the mainland colonies? What factors explain the relative strengths of the British, French, and Spanish empires in North America Introduction (cont.) What were the most significant results of the Enlightenment and Great Awakening in the British colonies? Rebellion and War, 1660-1713 Introduction Until the restoration of the Stuart kings in 1660, England made little effort to rule its overseas territories With the accession of Charles II (ruled from 1660-1685) England sought to expand its empire and trade Impose royal authority on its colonies

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