the taxes of england
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The French and Indian War
WHERE'S YOUR FRANCE MILITARY NOW? HMM??
England runs out of money
OK we killed the French. Now how much money did we get from the war?
Sir, you are now 2 million dollars in debt.
HELL YES I DID! YOU FOOL!
The stamp act
Did you just say we have to buy a stamp for each piece of paper we buy?
I'm not paying for sugar taxes!I'll make my customer pay instead!
France partnered up with the Indians, to try to defeat England, but the English stopped the income of France, to supply them in the war, so they could win.
the sugar act
After the war, England was very low on money, and decided to tax the colonists, in order to pay for this.
the quartering act
(kicks door open)JOHNNY JOHNNY???
The Stamp Act proclaims that if you wished to buy paper, you must also buy a stamp. This was so England could get more money.
the sons of liberty.
where did i go wrong????
The sugar act said that anyone who sold sugar or molasses must pay a tax for the trade. Merchants payed of these taxes by making colonists pay, instead.
TIMMY, YOUR GROUNDED!!
Soldiers had no place to live, so England decided that the colonists had to house soldiers, who were protecting them, as payment.
The colonists Were fed up of England taxing them, so they joined together the Sons of Liberty, to protest against this.
when you taxed the colonists. duh.
Over 12 Million
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