anonymous
  • anonymous
What were the advantages of mercantalism for a mother country? And what were the disadvantages of mercantilism for a colony?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The mother country has full advantage over the colony in the fact that it has full advantage of taxation rights.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also, take a look at the "boston tea party" as well as "the war of independence". These events are the product of over taxation from the mother country.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mercantilism for the mother country was good because it helped the mother country to profit from the goods it sold. Coloneis were at a disadvantage because they were taxed by the British to pay for French and Indian War debts.

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