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30 August, 12:22

How did taxes and boycotts lead to the revolution

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  1. 30 August, 12:52
    The British started taxing the colonies after they had left England, so the colonies realized that they were still British so they started boycotting the taxes. The British didn't like this, so they came over to "watch" the colonists. Then, they got into the bloody massacre, (Boston Massacre) then it just lead to the revolution. (This is based of my Fourth Grade memories)
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