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Q: Which British King did the American colonists declare independence from?
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Were the colonists right to declare their independence?

Yes, of course they were. They felt that freedom (Independance) was a God-given right of humans.


What did American colonies declare their independence based on?

John Locke's political writings.


What were reasons why the colonists wanted to declare there independence from England?

Taxation without representation and the tyranny of the King because the king of England at that time was being too "bossy" to the colonists, and the last straw was`all the taxing and the Boston tea party. they cut ties afterwards and went to war.


How did the colonists react to the enlightenment?

Taxes. I might add that the taxes the colonists were paying were quite a bit lower than the total tax burden that American citizens shoulder today. In fact, hundreds of wars have been fought, and millions of men and women have died, fighting against taxes that were a heck of a lot lower than American citizens are paying right now. The US government appears to be willing to completely ignore the lessons of history. They do so at their own risk.


Why did the Second Continental Congress declare independence from England?

The colonists wanted not to be ruled by a king and his Parliament who were across the ocean. They also thought they should be allowed to make their own laws because they never got to vote in Parliament and the British Parliament never asked if the law was ok. The colonists wanted not to be ruled by a king and his Parliament who were across the ocean. They also thought they should be allowed to make their own laws because they never got to vote in Parliament and the British Parliament never asked if the law was ok.

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Why did the American colonies declare their independence from british empire?

Some of the reasons the American colonies declared their independence from the British empire:The colonists were heavily taxedColonists had no say in their own affairsParliament made their laws


When did the American colonists declare their independence from Britain?

july4th


What year did American colonists declare independence from England?

1776


What issue was central to American colonists decision to declare their independence from England?

Taxation


Why did Thomas Paine write commons Sense?

to persuade the colonies to declare independanceTo convince the American colonists to declare independence from Great Britain, then set up a democratic government.


What year did americans colonists declare undependence from england?

The American colonists declared independence from England in 1776. This came after the American Revolution.


Which statement describes a factor that motivated American colonists to declare their independence from the British Empire?

(Apex) Great Britain taxed the colonies, but did not allow them to participate in politics.


What is the main idea of the conclusion of the declare of Independence?

The colonists state that they will no longer obey the British government.


Who was the King of England when American colonists declare their independence from England?

King George III


Why did Jefferson believe the colonists had the right to declare independence?

the decleration states that because the British government had repeatedly taken away the american rights, the american colonists had the right to form a new government.


What did colonists realize after fighting alongside British soldiers?

They were very different from the British soldiers and wanted to declare independence from England.


What did the colonists realize after fighting alongside British soldiers?

They were very different from the British soldiers and wanted to declare independence from England.