Which of the following was not a theme of seventeenth-century British mercantilism?

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Which of the following was not a theme of seventeenth-century British mercantilism?

a. England can raise substantial revenue by placing duties on colonial trade.
b. It is the place of the colonies to export raw materials to, and import manufactured goods from, the mother country.
c. Trade should flow freely among all lands, unimpeded by government policy.
d. Manufacturing and commerce within the empire should be harnessed to promote the interests of England.
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