The Pivitol effect of the French and Indian War on Great Britain and its American colonies

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September 22, 2013

 

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The British Parliament taxed the colonies without giving them the type of influence that they wanted. The colonies wanted actual representation while Parliament believed in virtual representation. In other words the colonists wanted someone from the colonies to be in Parliament representing them, but Parliament was saying that they were a part of the massive British Empire and were already being represented by Parliament...
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In other words the colonists wanted someone from the colonies to be in Parliament representing them, but Parliament was saying that they were a part of the massive British Empire and were already being represented by Parliament. Parliament, by refusing actual representation, agitated the colonist from passive to protesting against British detrimental taxes...
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