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Factors of Rebellion in the 13 American Colonies
In the late 1700s, tensions ran high between Britain and the 13
American colonies, which led to events such as the Boston "Massacre", and
the Boston Tea Party. Britain's angry response to these events furthered
the indignation of the colonials against the British, which ultimately led
to the Revolutionary War in the colonies. Among the factors for rebellion
the resentment of parliamentary taxation, restriction of civil liberty,
British military measures, and the legacy of American religious and
One of the many factors of the rebellion was the resentment against
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