The Boston Massacre And The Boston Tea Party

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Twelve years after the French and Indian war the American colonists found themselves in a conflict with the British. The British put taxes such as the stamp act and the Navigation acts on the American colonists. The Boston massacre and the Boston tea party are two examples of some of the conflicts the colonists and the British had. The British forced taxes on the colonists and controlled their trade. The American colonists were justified in starting a war and breaking away from Britain due to the British trying to control the colonists. The colonists were completely controlled by the British. They had multiple unfair taxes forced onto the them. The British also controlled the colonist’s trade with the Navigation act. The navigation

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