The Boston Tea party was a conflict because it led to something that severely impacted the British and the Colonists
On December 16,1773 in Boston Massachusetts The Boston Tea Party was held
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The primary cause of the Boston Tea Party was the phrase “No Taxation Without Representation”
When 3 ships bordered the harbor, colonists demanded that the tea would be returned to England. When the government refused Samuel Adams organized the Tea Party. Samuel led members of the Sons of Liberty, who were disguised as Mohawk Indians. They ordered 3 three ships from the Boston Harbor and threw 342 chests of tea into the water.
British made the Boston Port act which shut down the Boston Harbor until the tea was paid for.
One of the causes of the Boston Tea Party was the American Revolution. It also made the Coercive Act