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Taxation without representation has happened throughout history. "No taxation without representation" was a slogan originating here during the 1750s and 1760s in what is now the United States that summarized a primary grievance of the Thirteen Colonies, which was one of the major rallying cries of the American Revolution. It had been in use for some years before this in Ireland.


The American colonists started a revolution because of taxation without representation. The American middle class currently needs some relief from taxation.


It is rare to find someone who is supportive of taxation.The heavy taxation of sugar in their region led to a rebellion.


Because some people thought taxation without representation was bad.


To colonist it meant that they would not pay taxes without some one representing them.


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"no taxation without representation" "giver me liberty or give me death" and "i only regret that i have but one life to give"


March 1769, in opposition of "taxation without representation," merchants in Philadelphia joined the boycott of British trade goods at the time of the American Revolution.


American colonists complained to Parliament about taxation without representation, restrictions on the size of settlements, and the presence of British troops.


All I know so far is taxation without representation, the Boston Massacre, the Stamp Act, and intolerable act.


It got the colonists mad that they had no representatives in the British Parliament and were being taxed. That was all it did though. It did get some more people on the side of the patriots.


How about "No Taxation Without Representation"? This meant the British Monarch couldn't tax the colonies unless they had some voice in British government, and led to the American Revolution.


Yes it was. Some colonists joined the continental army because they knew they were being taxed unfairly. The phrase many Americans said was "taxation without representation" because they got no say in the acts Parliament made.


For one the British were taxing the colonies to compensate for the debts accumulated by the British in the French and Indian war. This taxation was applied without any representation from the colonists in Parlaiment. Not only were taxes imposed without representation but laws were as well. Overall, the colonists' rights weren't recognized by the poop.


Live free or die. Molon labe ("come take them"). Don't tread on me. No taxation without representation. Join, or die. If we don't hang together, we will all hang separately.


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Taxation without representation, no religious freedom, and simple rights being taken away led the 13 colonies to demand and declare their independence from Great Britain.


The patriots wanted Independence from Great Britain because they protested that Great Britain had no right to tax them without the consent of their own colonial assemblies. They called the British policies "Taxation Without Representation." Some colonists refused to buy British Products.


the english were taxing the heck out of the american colony. we had enough and revolted. sure we threw some tea into the ocean, but remember, we became a free country after the war. remember, no taxation without representation!



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