American Colonists In The 18th Century

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American colonists in the 18th century long opposed the idea of direct rule from the king; these colonists still considered themselves British because the idea of a revolution had yet to take place. However, as time went on and after a few years of peace between Britain and America, the American colonists were becoming wearier of taxes such as the stamp tax and Townsend tax and also becoming frustrated with the idea of not being represented in British parliament. This frustration and animosity towards the crown led to American colonists taking a stand on behalf the colonies that colonized without direct supervision from the king. Colonists rights, voice, and freedoms were becoming smaller while the voice of the crown grew, a togetherness of
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