Friday, September 2, 2011

Most colonists' reaction to the Navigation Acts was to...

  • comply with its laws out of fear of reprisals.
  • welcome these measures as a way of strengthening the bonds of empire, which would protect them from the French and Spanish.
  • bribe customs officials to ignore the regulations.
  • resent and resist the trade restrictions. 

ANSWER: Most colonists' reaction to the Navigation Acts was to  resent and resist the trade restrictions. 

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