Taxation Without Representation- Townshend act
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Now they are taxing paper
I will not pay another dime for my belongings
All colonists will pay taxes on glass, tea, and paper
It's still unfair
Maybe we'll make our own clothing. We don't need the British.
We should also protest and help the boycott
It's better off if I use homemade fabric clothing
They shouldn't be taxing us on British fabric in the first place.
In 1767, a new act called the Townshend act has been passed down to tax all important goods like tea, paper, glass, and even playing cards. The tax was paid when the goods arrived before they were brought inside the colonies. The colonists were angry.
Women protested by supporting another boycott of British goods. A group of women called themselves the Daughters of Liberty.
Colonists thought it was still unfair. But the women thought it would have been better to make there own fabric then buying fabric form the British.
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