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The Intolerable Acts , said that the colonists had to feed and house british soldiers , for their punishment for the Boston Tea Party.

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Why did the colonists call the act the intolerable act?

because they had no say in laws they were forced to obey


What did the Americans call the coercive acts?

Intolerable act


Why did the colonists call the coercive act the intolerable act?

because they had no say in laws they were forced to obey


When did the intolerable act take place?

The Intolerable Acts took place in the Spring of 1774.


Why did they make the intolerable act?

THE intolerable Act was made in order to tax the civilvans to support the crown


Why was the intolerable acts signed?

the four laws of what the intolerable act?


What is intolerance act?

the intolerable acts is an act of intolerance.


What did the intolerable act say?

The Intolerable Acts , said that the colonists had to feed and house british soldiers , for their punishment for the Boston Tea Party.


What intolerable act was the worst?

They were all "intolerable." The acts led to the American Revolution.


Was the stamp act apart of the intolerable acts?

no, it was before the series of Intolerable acts.


Did the sugar act happen before the intolerable acts?

Yes. The Sugar Act was a few years before the Intolerable Acts.


What two acts made up The Intolerable Acts?

The Coercive act and the Quebec act became known as the Intolerable acts.