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The debt incurred by the British having to place more troops and forts during the Seven Years War was immense. The cost to keep up the defense of the acquired land added to the cost to the British. So to pay for the cost, Britain’s Prime Minister, George Grenville decided that the colonists should have to pay the extra cost...
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He had a different idea about who should govern the British subjects, both at home and overseas, however the colonists believed that they should be represented by officials that lived among them. So, they resented being taxed by a government that was not around. 4. In 1764, one of the ways that the British began to tax the colonist was with the Sugar Act, which ultimately resulted in the rum distillers in the Caribbean from being able to smuggle molasses...
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