The Main Reasons For The American Revolution

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American Revolution started in April 19, 1775. There were many reason on why the American Revolution occurred. But the main reason why the Revolutionary War happened was because the king of Britain began taxing the colonists. But there were other reasons why the revolution occurred. There was the Boston Tea Party in 1773 when colonists dressed as American Indians threw million dollars of worth of tea into the sea. There was the Intolerable Act. The intolerable act had five acts. There was the Quartering Act where the king forced colonists to take British troops to their home. The Boston Port Act was where the king shut down the port of Boston to cut the trade until the cost of tea was paid back. The Massachusetts Government Act was established …show more content…
It was organized by a group of patriots led by Samuel Adams known as the Son of Liberty (Boston Tea Party Facts). 5,000 people gathered in the largest public in Boston at 10AM in 1773 to discuss and plan the Boston Tea Party. The Boston Tea Party was established because Britain was taxing the Americans without any representations. About 116 people participated in the Boston Tea Party and they were mostly workers who had to pay taxes. They dressed as an American Indian to disguise themselves and threw approximately two million dollars worth of tea into the Boston Harbor. There were three ships involved in this act and the ships were all made from America but the teas itself were made in the British East India Company (Boston Tea Party Facts). None of the Americans participated in this act were not killed since the plan was thought out the Sons of Liberty. They successfully rebelled against the British for the very first time. After the Boston Tea Party, the rebellion of Americans were on the urge of …show more content…
The act authorized the governor of Massachusetts to move trials of royal officials accused of committing capital offenses, while performing their official duties, to another colony or to Great Britain, if he believed the accused would not receive a fair trial in Massachusetts. Colonies were feared by this act because it the British official were able to get away with the crimes people have committed. Colonists were provoked by crimes that were committed by British officials since they would just let go of the punishments. (The Administration of Justice Act). This act relates to the Boston Massacre. The British soldiers who killed people in the crowd were not found guilty after the Administration of Justice Act was established. This act enabled the governors of Massachusetts to move any trials of royal officials accused of committing capital crimes to Britain if he did not think the trial was not

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