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American History

 

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Bobby S

 

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December 3, 2015

 

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The colonists had begun to form their own ideas and develop thoughts that the government of England did not have that much control of the colonies if they are so many miles away. The Quartering Act was another law that influenced American colonists theories on independence and government. The Quartering Act allowed for British troops in the American Colonies to be boarded in colonists' homes while the legislature had to provide funds to maintain the British troops...
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The Quartering Act allowed for British troops in the American Colonies to be boarded in colonists' homes while the legislature had to provide funds to maintain the British troops. This angered many colonists who now had to pay higher taxes to provide funds to maintain British troops and board them in their homes...
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