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Taxation & the American Revolution DBQ

Taxation & the American Revolution DBQ
Taxation & the American Revolution DBQ
Taxation & the American Revolution DBQ
Taxation & the American Revolution DBQ
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Prompt: Analyze the various opinions of who should hold the right to approve taxation in the 13 Colonies in the years leading up to the American Revolution in 1776.

4 primary source excerpts:
Parliament of Great Britain - The Stamp Act, March 22, 1765
American Colonist William Pitt's speech on the Stamp Act January 14 1766
George Grenville, Member of the British Parliament (January 14, 1766)
Samuel Adams, the Rights of the Colonists, Report of the Committee of Correspondence, Nov. 20, 1772
Total Pages
2 pages
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