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Q: Great Britain repealed all the taxes on imports except for the one on what?
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What are Great Britain's imports?

Virtually everything. Britain's manufacturing industries are all but gone.

When did they cancel the sugar act?

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Why did imports from great Britain to American colonies sink to zero in 1776?

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On March 18, 1766, the Parliament of Great Britain repealed the Stamp Act and passed the Declaratory Act.

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What continent did Britain power major on?

At different times, Great Britain has been a major power on every continent except South America and Antarctica.

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The Declaratory Act was an act of the Parliament of Great Britain. It repealed the Stamp Act of 1765 because boycotts were hurting British trade, using the declaration to justify the repeal.

What were amendments that were repealed?

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