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  • Lucero Castaneda AP US History Ms.Lampley Britain Parliament Abusing Colonist Rights Britain Parliament Not Abusing Colonist Rights  King George III's formatted of a totalitarian authority in place of representative government in North America. He extended his totalitarian control by interfering with the objective judicial processes and the civil rights of the colonists.  King George III interfered with the representative government process by rejecting legislation proposed by the colonies. - Replacing colonial governments with his appointed minister - Interfering with the naturalization of citizens in new regions - Further established totalitarian control by maintaining a strong military presence under his direct command.  In discussions, the parliament conversed about the colonies if New England and wanted them to follow their rules.  The King was a dictator because: - He keeps standing armies in the colonies during a time of peace - Makes the military power superior to the civil government - Forces the colonists to support the military presence through increased taxes.  Great Britain had to tax them  Legislation has been passed to quarter troops in the colonies to: - Shut off trade with other parts of the world - Levy taxes without the consent of colonial legislatures - Take away the right to trial by jury - Force colonists to be tried in England.  The Rights of Colonist Examined asserted that American colonist had the same political rights as Englishmen.  Colonists have rights independent of and controllable by the authority of Parliament.  Limit the respective rights and privileges of each colony  Our personal rights, comprehending those of life, liberty, and state, are secured to us by the common law, which is every subject’s birthright.  The colonist have no rights independent from their charters  They can claim no greater than those given them  The common law , pure and indivisible in its nature and essence; cleaves to us during our lives and follow us from Neva Zembla to Cape Horn  Taxation we made to the colonist and sometimes were unfair
  • Lucero Castaneda AP US History Ms.Lampley Britain Parliament Abusing Colonist Rights Britain Parliament Not Abusing Colonist Rights  