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The Americans felt again that their rights were being dishonored. The Colonies lead by the Massachusetts assembly tried to figure out ways to get around the Townshend Acts. The Americans surely refused when asked, by the parliament to revoke the circular letter passed by the Massachusetts assembly...
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This created more unity among the colonies, which added to the Acts, were one more justification for their rebellion. The Coercive Acts, passed in 1774, were the biggest justification for the revolution. They were known as the “Intolerable Acts.” The Acts closed the port of Boston, restructured the Massachusetts government, allowed British officials to be tried in court in either Canada or Europe, and allowed troops to be quartered wherever needed...
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American Revolutionary War And Its Struggles   american revolution, revolutionary?   Cause of American Revolutionary War   Differences in Northern and Southern Colonies Prior to Revolutionary War   Between 1600 and 1700 the American Colonies were shaken by a series of "revolts" that, it had been contended, were the result of tensions in colonial society. Examine the protests that took place in Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New York,...   How did Necker's ?Compte Rendu' (1781) lead to the revolutionary situation in 1789?   Lead with Pride – Lead to Fight – Lead to Fell: The Fall of Roman Republic   The Intolerable Acts (Coercive Acts) Transformed The Argument Between The Colonies And Great Britain From A Dispute Over The Right To Taxation Into A Challenge To Any Parliamentary Authority’ (Bailyn). Do You Agree With This Statement?   Virginia And Massachusetts Colonies   African-american Troops In The Civil War: The 54th Massachusetts   American Revolutionary War 2   American Revolutionary War   Jack Kerouac; American Revolutionary   Examine the ways in which Hollywood cinema has conventionally represented African Americans.   Are some ways of knowing more likely than others to lead to truth?  
 
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