One change brought to the American colonies after the Glorious Revolution was?
- The new British monarch ignored the colonies because he was primarily interested in removing the French from North America.
- The concept of the Dominion of New England was extended to the colonies in the South.
- The British monarchy tried to tighten its grip on the colonies by making more of them royal colonies.
- The new British king removed all governors appointed by his predecessor and sent new governors to all of the colonies.
- The new British king was so opposed to the institution of slavery that he forbade the African slave trade in the Americas.
The best of these answers is 3. The other answers are not correct.
In the years before the Glorious Revolution, James II, the King of England had been trying to gain more control of the colonies. A notable part of this effort was the creation of the Dominion of New England. That was an effort to bring more of the colonies under his control. After he was deposed, the new king did not try to extend the idea of the Dominion. The new king did appoint some new governors, but not all of them. In the years after the Glorious Revolution, some colonies came more under royal control through the appointment of new governors and/or through making them into royal colonies.