Civil Liberties versus the USA PATRIOT Act.
In the early 18th century, Great Britain colonized parts of North America to supply itself with raw materials and capital. The early colonists came to this country to start a new life. Many of them felt that the British government had too much control over their new lives. The colonists worked very hard, but the government imposed many taxes and created the Quartering Act which said that a colonist had to supply a British solider with shelter and food for an indefinite period of time. The colonists were not given their civil liberties and felt that they could create a better government and…
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