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How does the population of the American colonies change from 1700 to 1775?

From 260,000 settlers in 1700, the colonial population grew eight times to 2,150,000 in 1770. (In comparison, the French colonial population grew from 15,000 to 90,000 in 1775, i.e., just 4% of the English total.) In fact, the English colonial population doubled almost every 25 years in the 1700s.

How did colonial assemblies challenge royal governors?

In all the royal and proprietary colonies, the assembly attempted to whittle away the powers of the executive. Using their power of taxation as a lever, they steadily encroached on the authority of the governor and widened that of the legislature.
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