Cause of American Revolutionary War

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American History

 

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January 5, 2016

 

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The non-enforcement of acts didn't negatively change the colonist's relationship with England. The colonists easily traded with other countries. Also, the colonists accepted England's right to supervise trade and British regulations. For example, the colonists agreed not to manufacture goods that would compete with British goods...
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King George III started to rule the empire with a tighter grip. The British began to tax the colonists to meet England's financial needs. Prime Minister George Grenville passed many acts trying to increase Britain's income from the American colonies. IN 1764, Parliament pasted the Sugar Act. The act put a tax on molasses coming into the colonies from ports outside the British Empire...
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