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The American Revolution
The American Revolution is an evolutionary thing; it did not just happen over night, intolerable acts and loss of freedom piled on the colonist till they couldn't comply with the king any more.
In 1733 the Molasses Act was formed, this is a tax on molasses and sugar. This is just one of the acts that drove the colonist to independence. Molasses/Sugar is very important to the colonist; they used the sugar to turn it in to rum which is a major in trade with the French and Dutch. On top of the act the law stated that trade would be only between New England and the British. That would cause t…
- Mercantilism, the Great Awakening, and the French and Indian War, laid sufficient soil to the American revolution
- The American Revolution
- The Causes of the American Revolution
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