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Was there any possibility that the British empire could have been repaired after the Intolerable acts?

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    The British Empire remained in existence for almost 200 years after the Intolerable Acts. Although it lost the U.S., it retained or gained many more possessions.

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    well i mean after the intolerable acts was there still the possibility that the empire wouldn't lose the US

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    Probably not. What do you think?

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    No because of salutary neglect and the colonist started to feel independent and when Britain began to rule them again they didn't like it because they already began to rule themselves. Is that right?

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    Right. The popular philosophy was for the rights of man, democracy, and independence. I think it was inevitable that the colonies break from Britain and become an independent nation.

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