anonymous
  • anonymous
Before the French and Indian War, how did Great Britain generally govern the thirteen colonies? A.The colonists were not allowed to create any of their own legislation. B.The colonies were mostly legislated by royal edicts from the king. C.The colonies elected the royal governors who ruled over them. D.The colonies were unofficially allowed to govern themselves.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A.The colonists were not allowed to create any of their own legislation.
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  • anonymous
It was d.

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