How will we ever get out of the debt from the war?!
Sir I have been informed that we are officially out of money.
Yes and more taxes on sugar is perfect since basically everything has sugar!
Hey, our group thought about it, and what if we over taxed the colonists
Great idea! After that one is protested, then the townshend act will be next.
Since they protested the sufgar act out, how about we make a stamp act
Britain wins the French and Indian War and France gives up its land in North America.After the war, Britain is in debt and has no money.
So, the King and Parliament come up with a way to make their money back by taxing the colonists. Finally, in 1763, Britain passes the Sugar Act trying to force colonists to buy high-priced British sugar and stop smugglers.
5. In 1765, Britain passes the Stamp Act, requiring a tax on all paper goods, including playing cards and newspapers.6. In 1767, Britain passes the Townshend Acts, putting taxes on glass, tea, paper, and lead goods.