By 1763, although some colonies still maintained established churches, other colonies had accomplished a virtual revolution for religious toleration and seperation of church and state. The English established the Anglican Church. During the Great Awakening people realized how far they were from the control of the mother country, which separated them into a lot of other religions. Even though that did not really cause many separations between the state and church. For example of a state with religious toleration was the colony of Rhode Island. Roger Williams, was ok with the people to practicing any religion they wanted to. He did not require them taxes for any reason. Rhode Island was tolerant of many if not all religions. Most colonies were never as tolerant as they were. Other Puritan colonies in New England had religious requirements for voting which shows how they didn't tolerate the beliefs in other religions. But the whole movement of the colonies was a change to be more religious tolerable and had more knowledge.
In a similiar economic revolution, the colonies outgrew their mercantile relationship with the mother country and developed an expanding capitalist system on their own. The colonies did not lose their economic "friendship" with England. They imported their goods to England and all the exports they recieved were from England. But as the American population got bigger they began to have some complications. Well because the Americans started to ask for more than what England could make and they started to make more than England needed or wanted it caused for England not satisfy or match up to America's economic needs. That is the reason why America decided to start selling products to other countries like France and the West Indies. They became more independent trading wise.
Building on English foundations of political liberty, the colonists extended the concepts of liberty and self-government far beyond those envisioned in the mother country. -One of the biggest differences of New England and the colonies was the type of government. In England they had a monarchy while the colonies their government was colonialism. In New England the queen had full power and the citizens didn't have much control while in the colonies the people who owned enough property qualified as voters, which could vote the necessary expenses of the colonial government.
In contrast to the well-defined and hereditary classes of England, the colonies developed a fluid class structure which enabled the industrious individual to rise on the social