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Q: How did the sugar act stamp act and quartering act angered the colonits?
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What acts were passed after the sugar act?

In no specific order Quartering Coercive Declaratory Tea Sugar Townshend Stamp Quartering


How did the british government anger the american colonists?

there are theTownshend Acts ,the Quartering Acts, the Tea Acts, the Stamp Acts, Sugar Acts and Intolerable Acts.


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Why Britain pass the sugar Act and quartering Act?

Between 1764-1765, the British government passed the Sugar Act, the Quartering Act, and the Stamp Act, which met with hostility in the American colonies.


How did colonists react to the stamp act the quartering act and the sugar act?

They asked King George to repeal them and he did.


Why did grenville propose the sugar act the quartering act and the stamp act?

to support there army with the money from the taxes


What british laws and acts angered colonists?

The colonists were angered at the Stamp Act, which imposed taxes on paper goods. They were also angry about the Quartering Act, which required them to provide lodging in their homes for British soldiers.


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Three laws resulting from the french and Indian war angered colonists?

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What 3 laws resulting from the french and Indian war angered colonists?

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What three laws resulting from the French and Indian war angered colonists?

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