Navigation acts, taxation acts (stamp act, tea act) , decloratory acts,
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To protest against the British Navigation Acts.
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Parliament passed four acts in 1774 aimed specifically at what was seen as the hotbed of rebellion, Boston.
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Parliament passed four acts in 1774 aimed specifically at what was seen as the hotbed of rebellion, Boston. These measures were called the Intolerable Acts by the colonists.
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Shay's Rebellion started on August 29, 1786 and ended in 1787. For more information, check out the related link.
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Massachusetts was the first state to rise in rebellion against draconian coercive acts imposed by Britain as a reaction to Boston tea party. In 1775 British Parliament declared that Massachusetts was in a state of rebellion.
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* The Magna Carta * The Mayflower Compact * The Declaration of Independence * The Articles of Confederation * The Federalist Papers * The Intolerable Acts (also known as the British Coercive Acts) * and Shay's Rebellion
Initially the colonists were confused about what to do about the Townshend Acts. However, a lawyer, John Dickinson published a pamphlet known as "Letters From A Pennsylvania Farmer" which was widely read and helped spark rebellion against the acts.
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The Coercive Acts and the Quebec Acts passed by British Parliament in 1774. These two acts were dubbed the intolerable acts by Colonial leaders and led to a unified opposition of British government, a renewed boycott of British imported goods, and the assembly of the First Continental Congress on September 5th, 1774.
Shay's rebellion and the Whisky rebellion were both armed rebellion over taxes.
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