How Would The Distance Between England And The Colonies Have Been Both An Advantage And A Disadvantage For The Colonist?


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Well the distance between England and its colonies had more disadvantages than advantages as they were hard to administer and control since they were situated far off and travelling to these colonies was very time consuming.

According to politics and history, a colony or colonies basically were territories which were directly under political control of a geographically far off state. Certain colonies were usually historically estranged nations; where as other regions were lacking specific statehood from their inception. The metropolitan state is the original possessor of the colony.

Individuals who travelled to stay permanently in colonies administered by their nations were known as colonist or settlers. A colony is different from a puppet state or satellite state because in that a colony does not have any self-governing global representation.

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