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Mercantilism A belief part of an economic theory. Colonies should bring wealth to mother country.
Export Goods sent to markets outside of the country
Import Are goods brought into the country
Navigation Acts Regulated trade between England and its countries in order to benefit from trade with colonies
Prosperous Being very successful
Yankees Merchants ship sailed up and down the Atlantic coast Come from New England
Triangular Trade A colony trade route because the three legs of a triangle formed . (England,Africa,and America)
Bribe Something valuable that is given in order to get someone to do something.
Legislature A group of people usually elected which has the powers to make laws.
Glorious Revolution English Parliament removed the king because he felt he wasn't following the Magna Carta
Bill of Rights A written list of freedoms the government promises to protect
English Bill of rights Protected the rights of individuals and gave anyone accused of a crime the right to trial by jury.
Common law The part of English law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather then statutes.
The right to vote Suffrage, political franchise, or simply franchise, is the right to vote in public, political elections.
Elected Assemblies The upper houses and the lower houses
Liberties are restricted Women and Non whites were restricted
Magna Carta A document guaranteeing English political liberties
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