The Pros And Cons Of The Age Of Exploration

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Imagine this dystopian society. You’ve been born into this ominous darken devoid world, but sadly due to the times and your age it’s all you’ve known for your whole life. As young 10 year old boy you’ve always known there be something wrong with this world, but whenever you’ve asked parents why we aren’t allowed to speak up about certain events. You’re dismissed by your parents, and told you shouldn’t be such stupid boy you can’t speak freely in this world or else you won’t last very long in this government. As you’ve gotten older you’ve learn the reality of really going on for the citizen. The citizens are devoid of their freedoms, devoid of their liberties, and devoid, and devoid of free speech. You’ve learned the truth about the corrupt …show more content…
Indeed the lands had many great opportunities, but in contrast to that the Europeans would face many new challenges like harsh climate. For the early colonist the hardships of the New World brought many kinds of challenges, but during this time turning a profit in the colonies wasn’t easy task for the colonist. One way the turned a profit was introduction of tobacco, but wasn’t only thing that would have proven beneficial to the North American colonies. Rum when introduced into the American colony helped to boost the economy. In addition, due this fact it was keystone in our economy. So with the passage of the Sugar Act in 1764, by the British Empire shortly followed after the end of French and Indian War, consequently the British Empire accumulated a huge debt and payment for the debt would be collected from the American colonist (Standage 119). One thing understand about the North American colonies for many years they wouldn’t be profitable, but with the introduction of rum would help to change these events. With the Sugar Act from the British Empire and their high taxes would be major issues for colonist as they relied heavily on the revenue from rum. Inadvertently these would lead to many future conflicts between the British and …show more content…
While indeed these lands did have a lot opportunity the lands for very unforgiving to the new settlers. Unlike the Europe, colonist would face many kinds of hardships from the harsh winters that they were not accustom to, but even more bring over their own crops to grown in the New World with many failing. Due to these harsh winter the colonist would face in these lands, and many would die on the way for the challenge. In addition, the colonist would quickly realize they weren’t the only one that were on these land. The New World original inhabitants of these lands would be considered by of the English men to be uncivilized while this wouldn’t ever change it isn’t important, but the Native American would become an important keystone into the formation of the United States to which we know today. The early colonist in the New World heavily relied on the Native Americans for survival, for many different kinds of resources. Interestingly enough one thing that puzzled the Native Americans they couldn’t understand the tendencies of the colonist consumption of alcohol in comparison to their self of which got totally intoxicated (Standage 128). Roughly in this time span the United States and the Cherokee Nation, between these two would have regulation over the consumption of alcohol as conflict grew over the land that it was brewed, but more

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