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Why did the king establish the Dominion of New England in the American colonies? The king felt the colonies were growing too independent from England. The king wanted the colonies to have more control over their government. The king believed New England needed greater protection from New France. The king was concerned that New York and New Jersey had lost their charters.

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    The answer is a

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    Thank you so much!!!

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    Np anytime

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    Can i get a medal

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    I think it gave you one, im new here, sorry. i clicked best response.

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