This is significant because it set the British colonies free from England forever. It started democracy and was one of the first solid foundations of the colonies being free, which now is the reason the United States is free.
The conflic at hand during the Second Continental Congress was the Battle of Lexington and Concord. During the second meeting, the colonies decided to break away completely from Great Britian and to put the colonies in a state of a defense.
This act was created to punish the coloinist for the "tea party."This was so significant because during this time Great Britian tried to seperated the colonies but they only brought them closer together in the fight for freedom.
The First Continental Congress met in Philadelpia. All of the colonies had represesntatives except for Georgia. This Congress meeting was mainly about declaring independence. An accomplishment of the First Continental Congress was the Decleration of Rights and Grievances that was sent to King George III.
The British cut the tax on molassess but raised it on other goods such as sugar. The colonist protested against the tax. This was significant because it got the colonist "fired up" and increased the tension.
This act was esatablished to keep trade in Englad and support the concept of mercantilism. The colonist were only allow to trade goods with England. The colonists ignored this act and traded with other countries because ti was more profitable.
The social contract theory was so important because it supported the fact that citizens must follow rules set by the government in return for protection of their natural rights. It is significant because the concepts of the social contract are in the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
The importance of the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut was to set up structure and power for the government. It was significance to the American colonies because it was considered the first written constitution in the Western Tradition.
The Mayflower Compact was significant because it was the first governing document of the Plymouth colony. Its impact on the American colonies would be that it gave them rules and regulations to follow to avoid corruption.