How Did The Patriot Help The Revolutionary War

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The patriots have been making trouble for the Loyalist. They only want to preserve their lands when the colonies stand up to Britain. They will only brew more trouble for the Loyalist. The Patriots have been making trouble with the British by turning down the acts and boycotting the products of the British to prove that they won 't buy anything until they are heard and respected. The British would only help the colonies if they would buy taxed goods so they have money to protect them. While many people sided with the patriots siding with the British were the most reasonable idea for loyalist. All the while the year of 1764 April 5, the British put a tax on everything that was being imported to get them out of debt, because protected the …show more content…
In payment the colonies should repay the British should products and not boycott the British products. The colonies should be proud to be protected by the British army they are the strongest army. The colonies thought that since the British were the strongest army that they would not care to protect the puny colonies. They thought that they would push the colonies to their breaking point. The patriots wanted to see how far they would go until they would take action. In 1765 March, 22 the Stamp act was passed due to the fact that the colonies were trying to smuggle goods into their homes. The stamp act stated that the colonist had to buy stamps for all legal documents, newspapers, and pamphlets. The colonies were even more with the British parliament. The colonies would end up continuing boycotting the products until they would repeal the stamp …show more content…
Then king George III did not want anything to do with the patriots. The colonies were furious when the king called them out in open rebellion. The king thought that if he would side with the colonist he would not be liked on the Britain. The king worried about him would be peaceful with the colonist they would use that to their advantage. The king worried that if the colonist used their bond to their leverage the king would not hear the end of it from the British colonist. The colonies were dumbfounded that the king would not side with the colonist. The colonist thought that the king had pushed them too far. The king also thought that the colonist pushed him too far. The colonist thought that it was too far the colonist wanted to split from

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