How did britain economically benefit from its colonies during the period of salutary neglect?
a. colonists made money through trade and spent that money on british goods
b. the colonies were only allowed to trade with britain , and britain controlled prices
c. the colonists traded with americans indiana’s for farming tools that increase yields.
d. britain set production quotas for the colonies , and colonists could only sell to britain
Great Britain benefited from the policy still got their raw materials from the colonies and the colonies still bought the English finished goods. Great Britain's government longer must use soldiers or money to enforce laws and they can focus on the competition with France for total control of Europe.
1.Salutary Neglect was beneficial for both the colonies and for Britain (for a while).
2.An example of Salutary Neglect was Parliament's lack of enforcement of colonial taxes.
Salutary neglect in American history is a term that refers to an undocumented, unofficial and long-term British policy imposed in the 17th & 18th-century. It was done to avoid strict enforcement of parliamentary laws that would beneficial for both the colonies and for Britain (for a while). It is meant to keep the American colonies obedient to Great Britain while Britain to focus its attention on European policies.
B is the correct answer.
The French and Indian War (really the 7-Year War) resulted in the French giving up large tracts of land to the British. As a result of the cost of the war and the new land acquired, salutary neglect ended and the British took a more active approach to the colonies.
c. relaxed enforcement of trade laws on the British colonies
Salutary neglect, policy of the British government from the early to mid-18th century regarding its North American colonies under which trade regulations for the colonies were laxly enforced and imperial supervision of internal colonial affairs was loose as long as the colonies remained loyal to the British government and contributed to the economic profitability of Britain.
Correct items to choose from the list:Salutary Neglect was a period of time in colonial America before the Revolution. Salutary Neglect ended with the French and Indian War. An example of Salutary Neglect was Parliament's lack of enforcement of colonial taxes. Salutary Neglect was beneficial for both the colonies and for Britain (for a while).
The era of Salutary Neglect went from the 1690s to the 1760s. It benefited both the mother country (England) and the colonies in regard to trade and profits. In the mid-1600s, the British passed a number of Navigation Acts that were meant to keep rival European powers, like the Dutch, from trading with the British colonies. But it proved to be beneficial to both the colonies and Britain to be lax in the enforcement of those rules and commerce taxes in dealing with the American colonies.
The policy meant that England took a more hands-off approach to governing its colonies, as long as it was profitable to do so. The policy changed after the French and Indian War, in an effort to deal with war debt that the British government had incurred. The term "salutary neglect" originated from a speech given in Parliament in 1775 by Edmund Burke. Burke was reflecting on the past policy toward the colonies, saying, " I know that the colonies in general owe little or nothing to any care of ours, and that they are not squeezed into this happy form by the constraints of watchful and suspicious government, but that, through a wise and salutary neglect, a generous nature has been suffered to take her own way to perfection."
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The correct answer is Britain needed more money due to its expensive wars with France and Spain.
Explanation: The Salutary Neglect was an British policy in the colonies that affected Massachusetts in 18th century. They wanted to have more money to the wars.
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On of the different methods of colonial self-governance in What were the different methods of colonial self-governance in the period of Salutary Neglect? was the possibility for colonies to establish their own form of governments and to elect representatives, as was the case of the Virginia House of Burgesses, that became the first legislature of the colonial years in the North American territory.
The period of Salutary Neglect was a time in the American colonist's history in which the British government reduced the enforcement of laws in the American territory. The British crown decided that with better trade, colonies would prosper and benefit Great Britain. The British only asked the colonists to remain loyal to the King of England.
The direct taxes marked an end to the period of salutary neglect in the colonies.
Explanation:The period of salutary neglect was characterized by the British Council not interfering in the affairs of the British Colonies. During this period, the British Parliament kept the colonies out of the taxable region and did not impose much restrictions on their activities. In order to incur the costs of the 'French and Indian war', the parliament finally had to end the 'period of salutary neglect' and impose heavy taxes on the colonies.
-an amendment is proposed.
-two-thirds of congress must approve.
-thee-quarters of states must approve.
-the proposed amendment becomes law.
d is the correct answer