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The colonists were actually fine about the Revolution because it gave them freedom towards Britian.

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Some liked and some didn't.

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They declared war on Great Britain

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Why did the colonists feel that the taxes and laws were unfair?

Cause they had no representation of the taxation


How did the American colonists feel about the proclamation?

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How did the colonists feel about the. Quartering act?

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