Asked in United Kingdom
Which act attempted to stop colonist from smuggling non british goods in1764?
The British government tried to stop American colonists from smuggling with the Sugar Act. ...
Did Napoleon stop British goods from reaching Europe?
The Continental System tried, but he lacked adequate customs and coast guard people, had no Navy, and smuggling was popular. ...
What was the purpose of the Sugar Act?
There are a few parts to this answer: 1: to stop the molasses smuggling between the colonies and the French West Indies 2:also lowering taxes on imported molasses 3:The Sugar Act also allowed special courts that had judges, not juries, to hear smuggling cases. nope well kinda but and i this is word by word from my proffeser it was a way of gaining money and pissing the colonist off ...
What was the colonial response to the townshend act?
The colonial response to the townshed act was protesting, boycotting, smuggling, and then the colonists created the non-importatioon agreements. ...
Asked in American Revolution, Colonial America
Why did the navigation acts encourage smuggling?
The Navigation Act of (1650-1696) encouraged smuggling because the colonies did not want the king to get any of their goods so the smuggled more and more of the goods with out the king noticing. ...
What significant widespread impact did Martin Luther King on the world?
He helped pass the Civil Rights Act and tried to stop discrimination of people. ...