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Political tensions that they were afraid would lead to a war, They had to try and raise more money in order to prepare for a war.

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Q: What led to an increase in the taxes levied on the colonies?
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Stamp Act of 1775?

The stamp act of 1775 was the first set of taxes the British colonies were forced to pay. The colonies governed themselves, but had no representation in England. Many thought the King was overstepping his boundaries. This eventually led to the Revolutionary war.


Why were the Colonists unhappy with England?

The taxes that England imposed on the colonies, such as tarriffs on tea and other such goods led to the Boston tea party (the dumping of tea into the Boston harbor) which indefinetly lead to the revolutionary war.


How did the british taxes lead to greater cooperatin among the colonies?

With the British taxes, the colonies were forced to pay, making them less able to use their extra money to employ/trade with other nations, but they definitely didn't lead to more cooperation. If anything, they led to more upset and turmoil, especially the Townsend Acts and the Quartering Act. But what the British asked wasn't really unreasonable- it just seemed so to the colonies because they had become used to a policy of salutary neglect.


What was the effect of the Great Awakening on the colonies?

It led to new ways of thinking about religion among colonies


Describe the conditions that led to Shays's Rebellion?

What caused the rebellion was the taxes that were levied on colonist by the states to try to pay off post war debt. The colonist felt that the taxes were unfair and wanted help like tax relief and moratorium on debt. They were not successful as a military force and was quickly disbursed by the Army in 1787, it brought attention to the need for a new constitution in America.

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The desire in the colonies to increase the production of staple crops like tobacco and r ice led to?

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Is it true or false that unfair taxes imposed by Great Britain on the American colonies led directly to the American Declaration of Independence and the Revolutionary War?

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Great Britain increased taxes on many items in the colonies.


What were the major events that led to the revolutionary war?

high taxes by England (tea) England not allowing the colonies any representation and ... you tell me? socool@wispertel.net


Reasons for growth in the American economy from 1720-1760?

Britain had not imposed any tariffs or taxes on the Colonies. After the global war called the 7 year War (French and Indian War in North America) England imposed taxes on the Colonies to pay for the war effort. This led to the colonial rebellion.


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Prohibition led to an increase in what?

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