Revolutionary War Analysis

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The seven years’ war ended with victory on the British side but internal problems would soon to be followed. The war left the British in debt and series of Acts were passed in order to pay of the debts. These Acts put tax on various of imported goods, making the colonist unhappy. Thus the reactions of the colonist alter political, economic and social relationship between North America and The Great Britain. With Brits still in debt, they passed series of Acts on the Colonies, in order to pay of the debts. The colonist were not happy and often reacted with violence also, the colonist called for taxation without representation. For example, the Stamp Act put tax on papers, legal documents and newspaper. Due to that, the Sons of Liberty was…show more content…
However, the colonies became unrest again when the Townshend Act was passed. It put taxes on paint, paper, glass, led and tea that was imported into the colonies. Since tea was heavily imported, merchants were not happy with the amount of tax enforced. They responded with throwing the imported teas into the sea in an event known as the Boston Tea Party. The British authority responded by passing the coercive Act which closed the ports until the debt for the tea was paid off. Prior to the seven years’ war, the colonist enjoyed great autonomy. The mother country rarely interfered with the colonist affair but however, after the war, the autonomy the colonists once enjoyed was significantly reduced. Britain put limitations to the colonies by adding the inauspicious Acts. The Acts fueled anger toward the Mother Country making their relationship precarious. In summation, the seven years’ war brought internal conflict that cause detrimental effect on political economic and social relationship between the British and the North American colonies. The colonies were unhappy due to limited political participation allowed by the Great Britain. Series of Acts passed had inauspicious effect of the economy and constant interference caused their relationship to be

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