The End of Mercantilsm

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British North America has faced and struggled through many internal and external conflicts and pressures since the capturing of New France in September of 1760. From the Treaty of Paris to the End of Mercantilism and further, British North America has managed to find a "weak point" inside oncoming pressures and avoid the ordeal. As the colonies grew, forming a method of internal governing became more appealing after the endorsement of the Responsible government act of …

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…Americans because of British support to the losing confederates during the American Civil War. Also from this, the intense external pressure of British ships confronting American Gunboats. These encounters would have to be rid of in order to carry on with the trade agreement. Reciprocity was an important step towards confederation solely because from the free trade agreement came the Halifax Conference which set up a communication line for basic mutual concerns among the colonies.