• It brought tension between Britain and the colonies. The war had cost Britain dearly, and since the colonies had been the primary ones to benefit -- more territory opened to them, for instance -- the British felt it only right to tax the American colonists to help pay for the war. Actually, the taxes that the colonists were asked to pay were far less than taxes that full British subjects in England had to pay, but the colonists resented having to pay any taxes where before they had not. So the war's result brought about great tension and rebellion, resulting in the American Revolution just 15 years later.
  • The colony which eventually became known as America grew emboldened and you could say it's what sprouted the sentiment which eventually lead to Americans wanting independence

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