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Why could the British restriction of trade be considered a violation of natural rights? Restrictions interfered with individuals’ pursuit of economic self-interest. Restrictions sacrificed trade that would have benefited the colonies for the Crown’s benefit. Restrictions inhibited the natural right to property by denying colonists access to goods. Restrictions denied colonists the right to conduct business with foreign powers.

Ralph Lopez

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Roger Moore on January 24, 2019

The British restriction of trade could be considered a violation of the natural rights because of the Restrictions interfered with the individuals 'pursuit of economic self-interest'.

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