Coercive Acts of 1774?
it is actually the intolerable acts . go figure. :")
The Coercive Acts (called the "Intolerable Acts" by the colonists) were imposed on the colonists in 1774, after the events of the Boston Tea Party. The Coercive Acts stated that: Boston Harbor would be closed until all the dumped tea was paid for by the colonists. Massachusetts was deprived of its self-government. British officials would be tried in England. A stronger Quartering Act was issued. Colonial assemblies were forbidden.
In order to strengthen their power over the rebellious colonists in Massachusetts following the Boston Tea Party, the British Parliament passed a series of acts known as the Coercive Acts. They were passed in 1774, and angry Americans referred to them not as the Coercive Acts, but as the Intolerable Acts.