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代写英国essay:British colonial policy(4)

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In conclusion, the outside can be seen that the UK is a high pressure in colonial India's overall policy, closed, limited, the policy make Britain firmly grasp the control of the colonial India strictly before they are wide way satisfy the Indians in the stage of "victory", which to a large extent delayed their uprising and independent of time, until after the second world war, all the colonies were independent, national liberation is the trend of The Times, India gained independence finally.
 
The United States did not, and it was British coercion that eventually led to the American revolution.
 
In the process of the establishment of the north American colonies, the British government, though seldom directly contributed money or efforts, held the power over the colonies in its own hands through charters. According to charters and other documents, the British colonies were "legal and political entities" or "permanent political entities and corporate bodies" created by the king of England. That is to say, the colonies were on the one hand an economic organization serving the economic purposes of private or corporate individuals; On the other hand, it is also a political society, which has the legal power to exercise political rule, which comes from the grant of the king of England. A colony is not a possession of all the English people, but a possession of the king as much as the British mainland. Subject to the rule of the king, both politically and legally. From this definition, the colonies established, in accordance with the British system of government and customs, a government consisting of a governor, a council, and a court of elected parliament. The governor-general represents the king, the councillor represents the wealthy elite, and the house of Commons represents the people. It can be seen that each colonial government is formally corresponding to the British government, and its autonomy and integrity are higher than the British local political units. In the way of managing overseas territories, Britain established a system of control over the colonies, which required that the laws made by the colonies should conform to the laws and customs of the country of origin.
 
The above nature of the colony gave the colonists political and legal status: they were British subjects like the natives, enjoying all the privileges and immunities of British nationals, and were free to return to their homeland. And not only do British immigrants and their descendants enjoy the rights and equal protection of British subjects, but so do non-British immigrants and their descendants.
 
It can be seen that the colonies of British North America and European countries in Asia and Africa are fundamentally different. They are overseas colonies established by the British, settled by the British and ruled by the British. In theory, the word "colony" means attachment, which cannot legally and politically enjoy the same status as the home country. In fact, the north American colonies were fully developed under the protection of their home country, and the natives Shared a large portion of their dominion. Britain did not have a strong standing army in North America in peacetime. The recognition and obedience of the colonists to the sovereignty of the king was not the result of coercion or deterrence, but the result of voluntary and voluntary choice.(责任编辑:quanlei_cai)


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