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Were Americans justified in declaring independence from Britain?
The Americans were not justified in declaring independence from Britain. In the Declaration of Independence the Americans laid out their reasons for the break from Britain, most of which were complaints that seemed baseless or selfish. The Americans complained about taxes, about quartering soldiers, about having to obey the laws of a government across an ocean from them, etc. Any reasonable human being would see these things as perfectly acceptable considering the circumstances though.
The taxes the Americans refused to pay were put into place to help pay off Britain's debt incurred protec…
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