Asked by Dayna james on Jul 10, 2024



How did the increase in transatlantic trade encourage conflict between the colonists and the British?

Transatlantic Trade

Trade that occurs across the Atlantic Ocean, historically significant for the triangular trade involving slaves, raw materials, and manufactured goods between Africa, the Americas, and Europe.


An act or process of becoming greater in size, number, value, or amount, often measured against previous states or periods.


Individuals from one country who settle in another land to create a new community, often impacting the indigenous populations and the area's development.

  • Elucidate the economic reasons guiding the actions and responses of the British and colonies.
  • Investigate the evolving dynamics between the British, colonial settlers, and Indigenous peoples.

Verified Answer

mitul patel

1 week ago

Final Answer :
as colonial trade produced more revenues, the British saw a need to exert tighter control