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DBQ for AP United States History. Talks about the validity of the demand for no taxation without representation being a primary source for revolution.
Britain's taxation on the American colonists greatly affected the relationship between the two nations. Moreover, the colonists were not being represented. The feeling of deprivation not only angered the Americans, but may have also opened their eyes to see the need of a revolutionary movement.
Thomas Jefferson states in A Summary View of the Rights of British America that they "possessed a right, which nature has given to all men." The British deprived the colonists of these rights when they did not allow a representative in the House of Commons, as decided in the Resolutions of the S…
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