Colonies with Salutary neglect
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In New England Colonies, life with salutary neglect allowed us to gain lots of money using the surrounding bodies of water
In the middle colonies we focus on fur trade, and have lots of profit for it too.
The Southern colonies came to be in hope to make profit off of joint-stock companies
After the French and Indian War, the sugar we imported for money was given to British sugar growers
There was a general search warrant made for officials to enter any building to look for smuggled goods
All good were taxed, and the money we were making was decreasing
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