Whats the colonist fundamental argument against parliament taxation policies specifically the stamp act?
The fundamental argument against Parliament's taxation was that
since the colonies did not receive representation in Parliament,
they should not be taxed. The colonists had lobbied for
representation for years, without success. As a result, the sudden
levying of taxes by Parliament was totally unexpected, and angered
the colonists. Although the taxes levied differed, this was the
fundamental argument for all of them, including the Stamp Act.