Taxation Without Representation

Taxation Without Representation

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  • The Stamp Act is now in Order. All printed items MUST have a stamp on them stating they've been paid for.
  • Did you hear about the Stamp Act? 
  • General Store
  • Yes. My family is outraged at the news.
  • Good idea! Lets boycott these items!!
  • This Stamp Act is ridiculous! I've decided to not buy the items they're taxing! Boycott!
  • Great Britain passes the Stamp Act. Colonists must pay tax on almost all printed items. The items needed a stamp to prove they have been paid for. 
  • The colonists did not react well to this. Most of them were outraged, and wanted a change immediately. 
  • The colonists started to boycott the items the British taxed with the stamp act.
  • At least we tried. Maybe someday we'll be free from the Parliament and Britain.
  • Declaratory Act now in order!
  • The Sons of Liberty, a group Samuel Adams helped start, protested in the streets by burning effigies, or stuffed figures, of unpopular tax collectors.
  • We have run out of money ever since the colonists started to boycott these items. We have no choice to repeal the Stamp Act
  • The British lost so much revenue due to the boycott, they had no choice but to repeal the stamp act.
  • Even though the Parliament repealed the Stamp Act, they passed a new act, the Declaratory Act, which stated that it had the right to tax and make decisions for the British Colonies "in all cases." 
  • They get rid of one act, and add another? What's that about?!
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