||The British Parliament and the colonies.
||To make money off of the colonies since
they were deep in debt.
||From June 15 to July 2, 1767.
||All of the colonies.
|What & How:
||Since the British was left with lots and
lots of debts after the French and Indian War, they needed money. They
decided to get that money from the colonies. In order to do that, the
British raised their taxes on the colonies for quite a few things - on
anything with molasses, printed materials, and tea. Since they didn't
agree with their acts, the colonists threw Britain’s tea into their
harbor - this act of rebellion is called the Boston Tea Party.
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