George and the colonists who participated in the Boston Tea Party.
After the Boston Tea Party Act, King George placed four acts on the
colonists until the people who participated in the Boston Tea Party
would pay for the lost tea. The first act was the closing of the Boston
Harbor. The second act put Massachusetts under constant military watch.
The third act protected any British official from any prosecution of
any crime they had committed. The fourth and final act let British
soldiers stay at colonists houses for as long as they want without the
family telling them to leave. These acts eventually led to the
Declaration of Independance.
in Boston but it affected all of the other colonies too.
George felt like he was losing control of the colonies from his
control, so these acts where suppose to reign them in and pay more
respect to Britain.
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