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Which best explains why Britain restricted trade with the colonies? to restrict access to Britain’s goods as punishment to ensure that trade generated taxes for the Crown to make sure that Britain received the colonies’ best exports to inhibit the distribution of colonial goods—and colonial income

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    D, Britain was extremely greedy with it's gain of the North America and wanted all that it could offer, including the goods and income produced by the colonies.

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