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Causes of the Revolution

Summary: Essay explores the various causes that led up to the Revolutionary War in 1776.
There were several different reasons that led up to the Revolution in 1776, the most significant being British military measures, then parliamentary taxation, followed by restriction of civil liberties and the legacy of colonial religious and political ideas coming in fourth.

Above all else, the ruthless military measures by the British led to the fated American Revolution. The Quartering Act of 1765 basically forced Americans to house the British soldiers, the "Redcoats", and feed them. IN 1768, Parliament sent two troops of the British Redcoats to Boston because of chaos and disorder. These Redcoats drank and cursed a lot, and a conflict with the colonists was inevitable. The colonists began to wonder why troops in America were needed at all, after they French had been defeated and Pontiac's warriors crushed? On March 5th, 1770, a crowd of about 60 townspeople and a group of about 10 Redcoats battled in what is known...

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