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The Boston Tea Party

Summary: The Boston Tea Party and how it led to the American Revolution.
When the Boston Tea Party occurred on the evening of December 16,1773, it was the culmination of many years of bad feelings between the British government and the American colonies. The conflicts between the two seemed to always hinge on the taxes, which Great Britain required for the upkeep of the American colonies. Starting in 1765, the Stamp Act was intended by Parliament to provide the funds necessary to keep peace between the American settlers and the Native American population. The Stamp Act was loathed by the American colonists and later repealed by parliament. However, the British government quickly enacted other laws designed to solve monetary problems. Each act was met with resistance. The Boston Tea Party was the final act that sent the colonists into a rage. This event alone did not bring America independence. However, it was one of the first acts of open resistance to British rule...

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