Why had Great Britain failed to enforce the Navigation Acts before 1763?
||Smuggling had made the colonies, and therefore Britain, wealthier.
||The royal governors in the colonies were disloyal to British interests.
||Britain had no interest in what went on in the American colonies.
||British representatives found it impossible to enforce laws that so many colonists were determined to ignore.
||The colonists threatened the lives and property of the people paid to enforce the Navigation Acts.