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The Boston Massacre was not really a massacre at all because only five people were killed. It was a considered a massacre because the British government's authority was not going to be tolerated. The name Boston Massacre was invented by speechmakers and used to stir the anger of the crowds. This event occurred on March 5, 1770. This whole thing started just because a group of citizens were revolting against having to pay taxes. A group of men and boys were taunting and throwing snowballs and rocks at a British soldier, Private Hugh White, which was guarding the Boston Cust…
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