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Colonial America

Why did the colonists dislike the sugar act?


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they boycotted the idea and stopped paying taxes to the british

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The Colonists Showed Their dislike of the Tea Act by going to the tea act and dumping the tea in the river

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The colonists were tired of having to pay taxes to the British government and so they boycotted the idea and stopped paying taxes to the British.

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The colonists disliked the Townshend act because the British taxed everything ( sugar, tea, paper, paint, lead, glass etc.). The colonists oposed paying taxes to Great Britain because they were not represented in the Parliament of Great Britain.

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The sugar act was created in response to the colonists purchasing from which country?


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