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ArConsequences of British Victory in Seven Years War
It is sometimes observed that the roots of future wars lie in the result of past wars. Although the English won this war, the consequences they had to face were immense. The British Empire was left with a huge debt to pay. Britain imposed harsh acts, such as the Sugar and Stamp act, to make the colonist's pay for the debt. Not only did the British feel that they colonies should take part in paying the debt, but they held a feeling of resentment against the colonists due to the their minimal participation in helping with the army, and supplying food and clothing. This ongoing struggle le…
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