|| The British Government
Patrick Henry against Stamp Act
British Government debt was doubled Government in Britain decided to
recover Canada from the attack of the Indians. Colonies helped support
the troops by giving money. The act passed in 1765 and was called
the Stamp Act. This helped the British Government send important
documents to government officials in the
and all the American colonies
Great Britain raised the taxes for a few different reasons: They
charged tax for tobacco they also charged tax on newspaper.Legal
pay for money for the troops to take possession of the Americas. Made
them not able to let the French come to Britain and stranded them at
the Canadian border.
Alan, Albert S. Broussard, James M. McPherson, and Donald A. Ritchie.
"Building Colonial Unity." The American Journey. By Joyce Appleby.
Columbus: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2009. 124-25. Print.
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