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Essay Galaxy - State Constitutions In Colonial America State Constitutions In Colonial America

Before 1763, Britain was not deeply involved in the daily business of colonial governments. One reason for this was that many changes were taking place in English politics and society. In the beginning many of the colonies were considered the personal property of the king.(Hakim,56) However, due to the limits on royal power the task of governing the colonies fell to Parliament. Parliament had no effective means of governing all of these different communities so slowly the colonies started to govern themselves.(Hakim, 57) Slowly the colonies started to gain power and soon enough the colonists began to consider self-government a right rather than a temporary condition. Soon enough the colonies started to form a stable system for governing ....

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