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Q: Why did some colonist feel loyalty to Britain despite the unfair taxes?
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What gives the British colonists of North America the right to declare independence from Great Britain?

King George | made the colonist pay unfair taxes


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Taxation without Representation Unfair ruling (royals were treated better than civilian) The taxes were used to spend on kingdom


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why did American think that the new laws from Great Britain were unfair.


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Which colonist did not consider unfair taxes a good reason for rebellion?

Loyalists :)


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He unfairly taxed them.


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because the british were a bunch of greedy little pigs


What made the british king declare the colonist to be rebels?

they protested being ruled by Britain and when called treasonous they said make the most of it


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They were people who didnt like taxes being put on them.


What term means a colonist who did not consider unfair taxes and regulations sufficient cause of rebellion?

The term is "loyalist".


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